So you want to see this?
No problem, just follow my instructions:
- Download the latest version of Drupal and extract into c:\dev\drupal
- Download and install Postgres
- Download EasyPHP and install in c:\dev
- Once installed, double click on EasyPHP task menu icon and stop Apache and MySQL
- Add the following to your PATH environment variable: C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\9.4\lib; (or change the path if thats not where you installed Postgres)
- Edit your php.ini file (found here: C:\dev\EasyPHP-DevServer-14.1VC9\binaries\php\php_runningversion) and remove the semicolon prededing “extension=php_pdo_pgsql.dll” and “extension=php_pgsql.dll”
- Double click on EasyPHP task menu icon and start Apache
- Right-click on EasyPHP task menu icon and choose Administer
- On the Admin screen, in the Local Files section, add a new alias (name: your-site, path: C:\dev\drupal\drupal-7.38 <- from step 1)
- Visit http://127.0.0.1/your-site/ and follow the Drupal setup wizard
- Install standard version of Drupal, on database setup screen you will now have the option to choose “PostgreSQL”
- From your Start Menu, find PostgreSQL and open “pgAdmin” tool
- Right click and choose Connect
- Get the database name (postgres), hostname (localhost), port number (5432) and username (postgres) and password (set this yourself)
- Enter the details and you’re all set.
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