Web server with PHP, MySQL and Apache on Windows XP



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11 thoughts on “Web server with PHP, MySQL and Apache on Windows XP

  1. MaFurious420

    stop being such a crack head n slow ur roll

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  2. TheTpProductions

    well know fact, instead of typing in “localhost” you can just use “127.0.0.1” or “0.0.0.0”

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  3. JPGouin

    Why don’t you just use windows short cut key instead of enso? Windows Key + E = explorer Win key + R then firefox = firefox.

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  4. dolotsofacid

    I’m halfway through this tutorial so far. I hope it goes well.

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  5. reetscheter

    nice tutorial very easy but for vista users install xampp in C:/programfiles/xampp because it will make probs

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  6. tekhneek

    What path are you talking about?

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  7. derek2h45

    im not having trouble with port 80 its just i need you to give me your path so i can make mine work thats the only problem. The path is not wrote correctly

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  8. derek2h45

    hey i need help well i guess i just need a path. When i click in my control panel SCM. when i double click mysql my path is mest up because when i click start it says ” error #3 the system could not find the path specified ” Can someone reply with there path

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  9. tekhneek

    Are you having trouble with port 80 from outside of localhost?

    If you can’t see your web server locally then perhaps close everything that would possibly use port 80 then try again.

    Otherwise if you’re trying to access your web server from outside your local network you’ll need to modify your routers WAN settings to allow traffic into port 80, and you’l need to forward that traffic to your IP.

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  10. ittadakimasss

    Thank you!! Very useful! And if anyone got port problem check your Skype – it might be using needed ports and also ISS might be using them. Good luck 😀

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  11. Dip3rz

    Very helpful guide, I’m having problems with port 80 so maybe make a video about that?

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