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Re: apache busy port 80

please reply asap
We always respond to posts when ever we find the time to do so as all members who help in these forums are volunteering their spare time, so there is never a rush to respond to asap request, in fact you are more likely to be ignored while other posts are answered first.


Your errors indicate that you have another server running on port 80 and it must be disabled to allow Apache to start.

The most common culprits are World Wide Publishing Service (IIS) and it's satellite applications, and Skype.

See this solved topic from a forum search for 10013 for one possible solution:
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=49943

To help you with searching read this announcement:
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=32670
Searching the forum can save you some considerable time in finding solutions as most issues have already been solved.

You may also like to read the other forum announcements before posting again.
by Sharley
26. March 2012 23:37
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: apache busy port 80
Replies: 1
Views: 8662

Re: Can't connect to localhost but can access to phpmyadmin!

YaniP wrote:And what about my problem?
Your error message file not found is correct mysql is not in the htdocs folder.
So http://localhost/mysql is an incorrect URL and will give a not found error.
You can't access the mysql folder using a URI only access is by using your Windows Explorer.

What do you see when you type in your browser?:
http://localhost/index.php
or
http://127.0.0.1/index.php

You never add htdocs to your address.
http://localhost/htdocs/any-folder/any-file.php
is incorrect.

http://localhost/any-folder/any-file.php
is correct.


http://localhost/phpmyadmin and http://localhost/webalizer are Aliased in the httpd-xampp.conf file and is why you can access then from your browser..

Redirection may be caused by a router setting (port forwarding perhaps) I am not too familiar with LAN settings but 10.2.52.72 is a LAN IP if that provides any clues.

Check your router settings and for router help visit the makers of the router.
by Sharley
24. March 2012 23:46
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Can't connect to localhost! [Closed - Non XAMPP Issue]
Replies: 9
Views: 21037

Re: Can't start Apache in XAMPP Portable

Hello Makrand.

Apache needs port 443 free to be able to start, so you will need to investigate your PC to find out what System program is using port 443 - could be a Microsoft product that starts at boot time and uses port 443.

If you are not going to use https in XAMPP then you can comment out this line at about 492 in the \xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf file so it looks like this
Code: Select all
# Secure (SSL/TLS) connections
# Include "conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf"
Then save the file and now try and start Apache.

But remember it is best to try and find what is using port 443 and have that application use another port or disable the application that is using it.

Good luck. :)
by Sharley
15. March 2012 20:19
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Can't start Apache in XAMPP Portable
Replies: 1
Views: 2852

Re: ports 80 or 443 (SSL) is in use

The latest and greatest Control Panel Version 3 download post is linked below my signature.
Simply extract all the files from the CPv3 folder in to the xampp installation folder and overwrite when asked - do not extract the CPv3 folder complete, only extract it's content.
Then right click the xampp-control-3-beta10.exe file to run as administrator and to create a shortcut to the desktop for example, for easier access.

Make sure that you have exited all other control panel versions before starting this latest version.

This version 3 (XCPv3) control panel has many new features including a much more detailed log window and a button to easily access the log files to help with troubleshooting start and running issues.

Also after installing this new XCPv3 there is a Netstat button that may tell you what is using port 80 and or port 443.

Good luck. :)
by Sharley
15. March 2012 05:11
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: ports 80 or 443 (SSL) is in use
Replies: 1
Views: 55485

Re: Can't use anything other than port 80

Did you stop the service by removing the tick in the Service Module column and did you also Stop Apache by clicking on the Stop button first?

Make sure that your 2.5 older version Control Panel has exited and is not simply sitting in the Windows Tray area - it has to be exited by using the Exit button not by using the X button top right of the panel's window.

Click on the Quit button of the XCPv3 panel after stopping and removing the service ticks for all XAMPP components.

Next check in the Windows Task Manager under Processes that there are no httpd.exe, apache.exe or even control panel exe file processes running and if so then Kill them all.

Restart your XCPv3 panel by right clicking and selecting run as admin.

Do not click any Services tick boxes as your Windows services are not required at this testing stage - they should all show a red X not a green tick.

If port 80 works after starting Apache and MySQL using the defaults then once again Stop Apache and MySQL using the Start/Stop buttons in the XCPv3 and check once again there are no httpd.exe or apache.exe processes running.

Then edit your httpd.conf file to listen 8080, save it and then Start Apache using the Start /Stop button in the control panel (no Ticks) and see if it now starts on port 8080.

Finally if still having port 8080 issues make sure that any firewall or security software, for example, ZoneAlarm etc. that you may have installed, will allow port 8080 through.
by Sharley
12. March 2012 23:05
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Can't use anything other than port 80 [SOLVED]
Replies: 4
Views: 4953

Re: Can't use anything other than port 80

Remmke wrote:(clean virtualpc setup - bridged)
I am not familiar with what this means or if it will affect your XAMPP installation.

Remmke wrote:In httpd.conf i changed to following:

listen 8080
localhost:8080

Restarted apache service
3 Questions:
1. Did you save the httpd.conf file after editing the port changes?

2. How did you restart the Apache service?

3. Are you using the latest Version 3 Control Panel linked below my signature?

Note on the V3 Control Panel.
Simply extract all the files from the CPv3 folder in to the xampp installation folder and overwrite when asked - do not extract the CPv3 folder complete, only extract it's content.
Then right click the exe file to run as administrator and to create a shortcut to the desktop for example, for easier access.

Make sure that you have exited all other control panel versions before starting this latest version.

This version 3 (XCPv3) control panel has many new features including a much more detailed log window and a button to easily access the log files to help with troubleshooting start and running issues.

Regards,
by Sharley
11. March 2012 22:27
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Can't use anything other than port 80 [SOLVED]
Replies: 4
Views: 4953

Re: Can't Access Localhost

Try a reboot and see if that helps.

Do you have a firewall or some other security software like ZoneAlarm that could be blocking the Apache and MySQL ports 80/443/3306?

You could try using the newer version 3 control panel found in the xampp installation folder:
xampp-control-3-beta.exe

Or better still, the latest and greatest Control Panel Version 3 can be downloaded and the relevant post is linked below my signature.

Simply extract all the files from the CPv3 folder in to the xampp installation folder and overwrite when asked - do not extract the CPv3 folder complete, only extract it's content.
Then right click the exe file to run as administrator and to create a shortcut to the desktop for example, for easier access.

Make sure that you have exited all other control panel versions before starting this latest version.

This version 3 (XCPv3) control panel has many new features including a much more detailed log window and a button to easily access the log files to help with troubleshooting start and running issues.

Good luck as your post did seem to be indicating that the server has started and listening on port 80, but the version 3 control panel may have more details in the log window. :)
by Sharley
09. March 2012 21:23
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Can't Access Localhost
Replies: 1
Views: 3643

Re: * Important * Apache Starts then Stops Port 80 is FREE

Sharley wrote:Would you be so kind as to add your Windows version to your profile as it is *important*
Could you please fix this.
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=48626
Thanks.
by Sharley
08. March 2012 09:19
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Apache Starts then Stops Port 80 is FREE [SOLVED]
Replies: 3
Views: 2920

Re: * Important * Apache Starts then Stops Port 80 is FREE

Would you be so kind as to add your Windows version to your profile as it is *important*:
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=48626

I notice you did not read the \xampp\apache\logs\error.log file for clues when Apache will not start - this should always be the first thing you check.

Also read the Windows Event viewer under the Applications tab.

Also for troubleshooting you should revert all your configuration changes back to the defaults that were set when you installed XAMPP.

BTW, this not a WAMP forum so no help possible here but it does have it's own forum.
by Sharley
08. March 2012 07:53
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Apache Starts then Stops Port 80 is FREE [SOLVED]
Replies: 3
Views: 2920

Re: XAMPP only run first time, not after restart

Any way to have both working at the same time?
Yes there is.

No need to disable Skype just change the ports that it uses.

Skype uses ports 80 and 443 by default.

You can alter that behavior by going to:
Tools\Connection options...\Connections

Untick
Use port 80 and 443 as alternative for incoming connections

BTW XAMPP should be installed in C:\xampp not in C:\Program Files (X86)\xampp or you will have many more issues down the track.

Good luck. :)
by Sharley
07. March 2012 13:13
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: XAMPP only run first time, not after restart
Replies: 6
Views: 7238

Re: apache and Mysql uninstall

Apache does not work really tells us nothing that we can troubleshoot for you.

You need to give details about Apache not working.

Do you mean that Apache can't start?

If so, then you could try by reading the \xampp\apache\logs\error.log file for any clues.

How are you trying to start Apache?

Which control panel are you using and are you right clicking on the control panel to run it as an administrator even though you may be logged on as an administrator - right clicking and selecting to run as admin gives you more privileges.

When you install OCS does it listen on a port that Apache uses - port 80 and port 443 are both required for Apache to start - see if OCS is using port 443 for https.
If so then try and change OCS configuration but if you can't change OCS let me know back and we may be able to help configuring Apache to use another port.
by Sharley
06. March 2012 12:11
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: apache and Mysql uninstall
Replies: 11
Views: 7907

Re: Object not found / error 404

Your Operating System Windows 97 has me somewhat confused.
What Windows version are you using and if different to the one you have in your profile would you be so kind as to correct it by following these instructions here:
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=48626
Thanks. :)


Port 80 in use means that your Apache in XAMPP can't bind to port 80 so that needs to be corrected - make sure that you do not have IIS (Internet Information Service) or any of it's related services running as they will conflict with Apache and MySQL in XAMPP.

Also this (error.log file doesnt exist) means that Apache in XAMPP has never started and so you may be missing a runtime file that you can download and install from here:
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/de ... px?id=5582



After installing the missing runtime file and making sure that you do not have any other server service running then try this (check using the Port-check button in the XAMPP Control Panel):

1. Run your control panel - xampp-control.exe from the xampp installation folder and if you are using Win 7 then right click and select to run as an administrator even though you may be logged into your PC as an administrator.

2. Sop Apache and MySQL (and any other running component).

3. Remove any ticks in the Svc check boxes by simply clicking on the tick if there are any present.

4. Make sure now that you don't have any ticks in the Svc check boxes and all XAMPP components are stopped - you should now have a blank or greyed out control panel.

5. Click on the Port-check button in the control panel and make sure that all the ports in the list are showing 'free'.

6. Now you can start Apache and MySQL in the control panel but do not tick any of the Svc check boxes as they are not required for normal use of XAMPP - make sure that they both show a green running indication.

7. You can now do a port check again and see if Apache and MySQL are showing the path to your XAMPP Apache and MySQL on ports 80 - 443 - 3306.

8. Now you can type http://localhost in your browser's address bar and after selecting your language you should be at the XAMPP Welcome page - you could also click on the Admin button next to Apache in the control panel to have the same pages displayed in your browser.

9. To test your XAMPP installation is fully functioning, run all the demos in the left menu frame of the Welcome page often referred to the XAMPP admin page.

Good luck. :)
by Sharley
03. March 2012 23:26
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Object not found / error 404
Replies: 5
Views: 99194

Re: HTTP Error 404. The requested resource is not found.

You need to add the port number to every address you type in your browser when you have changed the default port from port 80.
http://localhost:8000/index.php
by Sharley
03. March 2012 23:03
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: HTTP Error 404. The requested resource is not found.[SOLVED]
Replies: 3
Views: 29622

Re: Mercury problems please help

testing email within PHP scripts
As I pointed out way back in this topic all you need do is use sendmail which is designed specifically for your needs and is included in XAMPP.

Try these instructions that worked for another member who was wanting to use gmail in XAMPP 1.7.3 to send emails from a php script, which were found by using the advanced forum search that I also suggested previously and would have saved you much wasted time and needless frustration.
viewtopic.php?f=16&p=173315#p173315


Using a full blown email exchange server is like cracking a nut with a sledge hammer and would more than likely never work for your intended purpose.
These mail exchangers are meant to be used by large networks with their own domain names (not localhost) for sending and receiving emails for their network users.

BTW your ISP will most likely block any email exchange servers from localhost using port 25 because spammers use that method, so best asking them if they permit the use of Mercury Mail (or hMailServer) from your PC using localhost (doubtful), which is just another obstacle to overcome if you persist in using a sledgehammer to crack this very small nut. ;)

Good luck and please do post back with any issues you may find by using sendmail. :)
by Sharley
01. February 2012 23:17
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Mercury problems please help
Replies: 7
Views: 6196

Re: download XAMMP for SQL & MYSQL

No need to use large text, it is not required.

A better suggestion is to split your single continuous paragraph into readable sections with a line break between, much like I do - it is easier to read when there are lots of words in a post.

There are some links at the end of this post that give instructions how to post and how to search, perhaps you could read them before posting again.
Thanks. :)


First you should only download XAMPP from the official Apache Friends download links and if you do not want to install the latest version 1.7.7 then you can download the version of your choice from here:
SourceForge XAMPP File Repository

You can uninstall and reinstall other versions by using an alternate to the installer exe file namely the zip file or 7zip file by following these simple instructions.
viewtopic.php?p=179699#p179699

If you use XAMPP 1.7.7 then you can use the latest Control Panel Version 3 with links found in the forum stickies or in my signature - this does not work in 1.7.1


UAC applies to Windows 7 just as much as Vista.
XAMPP has not hard coded for W7 yet so you need to disable UAC.
There are plenty of pages with instruction that can be found using Google and here is just one:
http://www.petri.co.il/disable-uac-in-windows-7.htm

You should also be logged into W7 as an administrator to run a web server.

Do not install XAMPP to a folder with spaces or special characters.
C:\Program Files (x86)\xampp
should not be used as MySQL may not work correctly.
Instead install to the root of the C: drive so you end up with
C:\xampp

Port 80 may be in use by the default Windows web server IIS (aka. World Wide Publishing).
This will have to be disabled completely if you want to use XAMPP in it's default state (recommended).
http://forums.iis.net/p/1150139/1872824.aspx

Open a command prompt and issue this command and it will tell you what is using port 80:
netstat -ano |findstr "80"


New users may find self help by reading these pages:

readme_en.txt file in the xampp folder.

http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows.html
http://www.apachefriends.org/en/faq-xampp-windows.html

Some useful reading that may help you help us to find suitable solutions:
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=48331
viewtopic.php?f=16&t=32670

And use the forum search facility before posting as most issues have already been covered.

Best wishes. :)
by Sharley
28. January 2012 02:34
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: download XAMMP for SQL & MYSQL
Replies: 1
Views: 2924
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