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Lida Humbert

Jan 25, 2024, 1:38:30 PMJan 25
Includes: Apache 2.4.58, MariaDB 10.4.32, PHP 8.0.30, phpMyAdmin 5.2.1, OpenSSL 3.1.3, XAMPP Control Panel 3.2.4, Webalizer 2.23-04, Mercury Mail Transport System 4.63, FileZilla FTP Server 0.9.41, Tomcat 8.5.96 (with mod_proxy_ajp as connector), Strawberry Perl Portable

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Includes: Apache 2.4.58, MariaDB 10.4.32, PHP 8.1.25, phpMyAdmin 5.2.1, OpenSSL 3.1.3, XAMPP Control Panel 3.2.4, Webalizer 2.23-04, Mercury Mail Transport System 4.63, FileZilla FTP Server 0.9.41, Tomcat 8.5.96 (with mod_proxy_ajp as connector), Strawberry Perl Portable

Includes: Apache 2.4.58, MariaDB 10.4.32, PHP 8.2.12, phpMyAdmin 5.2.1, OpenSSL 3.1.3, XAMPP Control Panel 3.2.4, Webalizer 2.23-04, Mercury Mail Transport System 4.63, FileZilla FTP Server 0.9.41, Tomcat 8.5.96 (with mod_proxy_ajp as connector), Strawberry Perl Portable

I have faced the same issue when I tried to install xampp on windows 8.1. The problem in my system was there was no password for the current logged in user account. After creating the password then I tried to install xampp. It installed without any issue. Hope it helps someone in the feature.

If IIS (Microsoft .Net Application Internet Information Server) is installed with any Microsoft .Net application already on server, then it would have already occupied 80 port. In that case change the #Listen to #Listen

Cut this code and save it somewhere for later use i.e restoring this feature( remember removing this code makes your computer vulnerable). Save changes on httpd-xampp.conf, restart services on XAMPP and that's it.

Within the same network, you can access your machine with your current ip address or hostname. You can find the ip address running ipconfig grep IPv4 or the hostname by sending a ping -a to that ip.

So I was trying to solve a similar problem with connecting to a totally different server on my own LAN so that when power is interrupted and then restored that my server comes back online and other systems can still have connectivity with automation. However, my problem was DHCP giving my server a diff IP on occasion. This thread answered my problem with the NAMESERVER that windows have natively. I was connecting directly to my servers IP add through a batch file to initialize the connection but when power problems happen it would not connect. I changed the .bat file to point at -actualnamewhereserver:port and done. Problem solved. IF I don't change my computers names then when DHCP hands DESKTOP-actualnamewhereserver a new IP address it will still identify as its own name on the LAN and therefore be able to accept the connection regardless of it's IP Address. Simply give the other people on your wireless LAN the name of your pc hosting the Apache server and lets say its name is DESKTOP-DOUGHFACTORYHUT they will type :80 or whatever port number your apache config is set to host at like LOCALHOST:80 which essentially are the same thing attached to your local Dynamic IP address assigned by DHCP or STATIC IP you have set to the server.

This is because in Mac OS X there is already Apache pre-installed. So what you can do is to change the listening port of one of the Apaches, either the Apache that you installed with XAMPP or the pre-installed one.

XAMPP's ease of deployment means a WAMP or LAMP stack can be installed quickly and simply on an operating system by a developer, with the advantage that common add-in applications such as WordPress and Joomla! can also be installed with similar ease using Bitnami.

The Apache Friends website indicates that XAMPP stands for "XAMPP Apache + MariaDB + PHP + Perl",[abbreviation]] is a recursive acronym. XAMPP formerly used MySQL, but this was replaced with MariaDB on 19 October 2015 and beginning with XAMPP versions 5.5.30 and 5.6.14,[5] altering the meaning of the acronym.

XAMPP is regularly updated to the latest releases of Apache, MariaDB, PHP and Perl. It also comes with a number of other modules, including OpenSSL, phpMyAdmin, MediaWiki, Joomla, WordPress and more.[6] Self-contained, multiple instances of XAMPP can exist on a single computer, and any given instance can be copied from one computer to another.[7] XAMPP is offered in both a full and a standard version (Smaller version).[7]

Officially, XAMPP's designers intended it for use only as a development tool, to allow website designers and programmers to test their work on their own computers without any access to the Internet. To make this as easy as possible, many important security features are disabled by default.[10] XAMPP has the ability to serve web pages on the World Wide Web.[11] A special tool is provided to password-protect the most important parts of the package.[12]

Once XAMPP is installed, it is possible to treat a local host like a remote host by connecting using an FTP client. Using a program like FileZilla has many advantages when installing a content management system (CMS) like Joomla or WordPress[further explanation needed]. It is also possible to connect to localhost via FTP with an HTML editor.

There are lots of ways to install WordPress, but when you use XAMPP, the best approach is to do so yourself. Your first job is to create a folder within XAMPP to hold your WordPress site. First, navigate to wherever you installed XAMPP. The best way to find this is to click the Open Application Folder link on the Welcome screen:

You access the different screens using the left-hand sidebar, and work with the information in the middle. Along the top is a toolbar that may look different depending on what you have installed on your system.

To set the PHP executable path, select the Edit in settings.json link under PHP > Validate: Executable Path, which will open your user settings.json file. Add the php.validate.executablePath setting with the path to your PHP installation:

1. Click Next and in the following Select Components dialogue, choose the components you want to install. We recommend keeping the default settings and continuing with Next.

Applications that run on Tomcat 9 and earlier will not run on Tomcat 10without changes. Java EE based applications designed for Tomcat 9 and earliermay be placed in the $CATALINA_BASE/webapps-javaee directory andTomcat will automatically convert them to Jakarta EE and copy them to thewebapps directory. This conversion is performed using theApache Tomcatmigration tool for Jakarta EE tool which is also available as a separatedownload for off-line use.

If Apache fails to run i.e. the "Running" text with the green background keeps disappearing) and you are using Skype or another program that uses port 80 e.g. IIS - please review "Troubleshooting" at the end of these instructions.

Security on a localhost may not be a big concern. The recent versions of XAMPP do not set a password for root, the superuser. Go to the file C:\xampp\phpmyadmin\, edit the line $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = ; For example to:

Locate the zip file of the standard install package you downloaded from The easiest method is to extract everything in the file to the htdocs folder that XAMPP just created. Most Windows operating systems come with an program that will recognize a zip file and ask you where you want to extract the files.

You can change the port for you XAMPP webserver. The easiest way is to use XAMPP-Control.exe, then click on the config button for Apache. This will open up the httpd.conf file. Look for the Listen lines. A best practice is to comment out (with a #) the current active line and type in a new line. For example you might typeListen

Installation for Windows is very simple. You can use the XAMPP installer executable (for example, xampp-windows-x64-7.4.4-0-VC15-installer.exe). Detailed installation instructions for Windows are available here.

For Windows, it is recommended that you install XAMPP in c:\xampp (not in c:\program files). If you do this, your Joomla! (and any other local website folders) will go into the folder c:\xampp\htdocs. (By convention, all web content goes under the htdocs folder.)

If you have multiple HTTP servers (such as IIS) you can change the XAMPP listening port. In xamppDir\apache\conf\httpd.conf, modify the line Listen 80 to Listen [portnumber] (for example: Listen 8080).

Download the PHP Remote Debugging Client file for Linux (x86).Extract the contents of the file on your computer. This compressed file contains several folders with version numbers ex: 4.4, 5.0, 5.1... 5.3 and so forth, get in the folder with the higher version number or the one that works for you. Then copy the file to the following location (overwrite if needed):

Many Mac users have a little difficulty at this stage when trying to set up another instance of Apache on their machine. If you cannot start XAMPP's Apache, you have two options:

Change the listening port of XAMPP. In \Applications\XAMPP\xamppfiles\etc\httpd.conf, modify the Listen 80 line to Listen [portNumber]. For example: Listen 8080

Once XAMPP is installed and you have started the Apache service with the XAMPP Control Panel tool, you can test it by opening your browser and navigating to . You should see the XAMPP welcome screen similar to the one below.

MySQL, when combined with PHP cloud, employs a structured approach to data organization. It arranges data into tables consisting of rows and columns with defined data types. Relationships between tables are established through primary and foreign keys, ensuring data integrity and enabling complex data querying.

Another reason to use MySQL is its widespread adoption and extensive ecosystem. As one of the most popular relational database management systems globally, MySQL has a vast community of developers, translating to a wealth of available resources, tutorials, and plugins to integrate it with various programming languages, frameworks, and tools.


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