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OS 10.4 - Lost Apache

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I have lost Apache and, therefore, PHP. Is there a specifically Apache download (both 1.3 and 2)?
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Download and install 'Mamp'
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Thanks for the suggestion. I did download MAMP, but I could not get it to work either. However, I finally resorted to an Archive and Install, and all is well. My Google sitemap is now OK.

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