AmigaOS4: AAMP 1.0 for AmiCygnix released.

Date 22-Feb-2010 20:02:04
Topic: Software News

A first version of the server package AAMP for AmiCygnix is now available on OS4 depot.

This package provides a developer environment to create your web projects on your Amiga. Just like the well known LAMP package for Linux, it includes the HTTP (web) server "Apache" with compiled in support for the scripting language "PHP" and the database server "MySQL".

But it is not only interesting for web developers. Now you can run web applications locally on your Amiga, for example the database administration tool "phpMyAdmin" ( or the picture database "Coppermine" ( - just to mention a few.

With the included interpreter for "PHP" you can also create your own tools. "PHP" is easy to understand and with it's extensions it is very powerful.

Finally the database server "MySQL" gives you the oportunity to manage your data and share it with other users. External applications (e.g. iodbc) can use it as a database backend.

Because some problems are still unsolved, this is not the final version. The main problem is, that the Apache CGI module is not working. Read more on the README page on OS4-depot.


AAMP, OWB, phpMyAdmin:


AAMP, OWB, Coppermine:


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