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PHP installation on Ubuntu 12.04

Dear all

I am new to php, I have already running tomcat web server on port 80, following are the details of tomcat

/usr/local/www/html/TOMCAT_DEMO/tomcat

whether it is possible to install and configure php without using sudo apt-get install php5 ???

please someone guide me to start php

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You can install a php enabled server for a high port under your id entirely.

Tomcat is a jsp/jdbc thing, but some run php there, too. It seems odd to mix! How to run PHP applications in Tomcat 7 with PHP-Java bridge?
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