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Apache will not start [Solved]

I have just installed XAMPP 1.8.1 on Fedora 17 64-bit using the 3.6.1-1 kernel, but I cannot start apache. I am able to start mysql just fine though. I'm not worried at all about ftp so that's not a concern of mine.

Here is the error I receive when trying to start xampp:

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# /opt/lampp/lampp start
Starting XAMPP for Linux 1.8.1...
XAMPP: Starting Apache with SSL (and PHP5)...
XAMPP: Error 1! Couldn't start Apache!
XAMPP: Starting diagnose...
XAMPP: Sorry, I've no idea what's going wrong.
XAMPP: Please contact our forum http://community.apachefriends.org/f/
XAMPP: Starting MySQL...
XAMPP: Starting ProFTPD...
XAMPP: kiasta proftpd[1924]: warning: unable to determine IP address of 'kiasta'
kiasta proftpd[1924]: error: no valid servers configured
kiasta proftpd[1924]: Fatal: error processing configuration file '/opt/lampp/etc/proftpd.conf'
XAMPP: Error 1! Couln't start ProFTPD!
XAMPP for Linux started.


And here is the error_log:

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# tail /opt/lampp/logs/error_log
[Wed Oct 17 09:46:03.497890 2012] [unique_id:alert] [pid 7633] (EAI 2)Name or service not known: AH01564: unable to find IPv4 address of "kiasta"
AH00016: Configuration Failed
[Wed Oct 17 09:46:29.436366 2012] [unique_id:alert] [pid 8071] (EAI 2)Name or service not known: AH01564: unable to find IPv4 address of "kiasta"
AH00016: Configuration Failed
[Wed Oct 17 09:46:45.421523 2012] [unique_id:alert] [pid 8101] (EAI 2)Name or service not known: AH01564: unable to find IPv4 address of "kiasta"
AH00016: Configuration Failed
[Wed Oct 17 09:47:03.244397 2012] [unique_id:alert] [pid 8140] (EAI 2)Name or service not known: AH01564: unable to find IPv4 address of "kiasta"
AH00016: Configuration Failed
[Wed Oct 17 10:08:40.633708 2012] [unique_id:alert] [pid 1498] (EAI 3)Temporary failure in name resolution: AH01564: unable to find IPv4 address of "kiasta"
AH00016: Configuration Failed


If it helps I'm tethered to my cell phone via usb for internet.

Any suggestions? I'm quite new to Linux I just recently migrated from god-awful windows 7 (though I have no problems with xampp on my windows partition).

*EDIT* Before I started apache I did a su root, so I was logged in as root, just an fyi.
by kiasta
17. October 2012 15:21
 
Forum: XAMPP for Linux
Topic: Apache will not start [Solved]
Replies: 4
Views: 5012

Re: How to save xampp configuration+files

If you can start Ubuntu and mount the filesystem -

Note - You must start lampp first -

Then via su or sudo --

/opt/lampp/lampp backup rootmysqlpassword


will save your databases, log and configuration files and the htdocs folders into a bash script that you can later restore

- result -
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[root@localhost jonb]# /opt/lampp/lampp start
Starting XAMPP for Linux 1.8.0...
XAMPP: Starting Apache with SSL (and PHP5)...
XAMPP: Starting MySQL...
XAMPP: Starting ProFTPD...
XAMPP for Linux started.
[root@localhost jonb]# /opt/lampp/lampp backup xxxyyyzz
Backing up databases...
Backing up configuration, log and htdocs files...
Calculating checksums...
Building final backup file...
Backup finished.
Take care of /opt/lampp/backup/xampp-backup-16-10-12.sh


yeah, like copy it out to a thumb drive... :idea:

Then you can just re-install same version of lampp on the box when all is well, run the bash script - voila~ you are back in business. :shock:

Isn't lampp awesome?

If not - you could copy out the whole /opt/lampp folder - you would probably need to chown & chmod a few things when bringing it back (not recommended) It would be best to tar it all up (preserves permissions)

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Tar

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tar -cvzf lampp.tar.gz /opt/lampp/


Looks like it would create the tarball in your pwd.

Good Luck
8)
by JonB
17. October 2012 00:33
 
Forum: XAMPP for Linux
Topic: How to save xampp configuration+files [Answered]
Replies: 3
Views: 2784

New mysql install stepping on XAMPP

I'm preparing a course and I hope to have my students use XAMPP. Everything was working, then I installed mysql (AGAIN?! DOH!) so I could use the SQL Workbench. That install of mysql works fine, but now XAMPP won't start mysql because a copy is already running.

Please help me Reconfigure XAMPP to use the non-XAMPP mysql (START/STOP ability from XAMPP Control panel not needed)

and thank you for this amazing tool!

Charles
by ccpalmer
16. October 2012 04:02
 
Forum: XAMPP for Mac OS X
Topic: New mysql install stepping on XAMPP
Replies: 0
Views: 1444

Re: Unable to start Apache server on windows xp

Start a thread on the MySQL problem :!:
by JonB
08. October 2012 20:32
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Unable to start Apache server on windows xp
Replies: 4
Views: 3543

Re: XAMPP auf usb-stick bringen - unter linux - geht das den

Hallo unleash,

ich habe vor einiger Zeit einige Versuche gestartet um genau wie Du das xampp auf einem schnellen USB Stick unterzubringen.

Das erste Problem ist das viele Konfigurationsdateien den Pfad /opt/lampp fest verdrahtet haben.
Um das zu lösen habe ich erstmal alle Vorkommen von /opt/lampp durch eine variable ersetzt (die per default auf /opt/lampp gesetzt ist)

Damit nicht genung, es treten weitere Probleme auf, wenn man das Verzeichnis /opt/lampp verschiebt, so entstand im Laufe der Monate eine Art Framework; ja das ganze hat einige Stunden gedauert und
war oder ist immer noch weit entfernt perfekt zu sein. Hab dabei nicht an ALLES gedacht, was bei so einem System durch verschieben so auftreten kann.

Z.z. bin ich schon soweit, dass ich mehrere Xampp Instanzen auf dem gleichen Rechner starten kann, jedoch gibt es auch hier einiges zu beachten wie die Service Ports (80,21,3326)
Und einfacher ist xampp dadurch nicht unbedingt geworden.

Mithilfe des Frameworks, damit meine ich die zusätzlichen Scripte, die ich im Laufe der Zeit entwickelt habe, ist bisher folgendes möglich:
* install.sh
Muss einmalig aufgerufen werden (ist garantiert unvollständig),aus Mangel an Zeit oder Lust noch nicht für den produktiven Einsatz gedacht.
Die Install.sh erstellt jeweils eine Kopie von den originalen xampp dateien, in denen entweder der Pfad /opt/lampp oder aber andere spezifische Einstellungen wie der mysql port 3326 hardcoded sind. Diese Kopien werden dann wie templates behandelt. (manuell ermittelt, sollte jedoch auch durch ein geschicktes grep -r oder find ersetzt werden.).
Das ist die Grundlage, damit die weiteren Scripte korrekt laufen und das system korrekt angepasst wird.
Nebenbei installiert der installer auf wunsch ein Icon und registriert eine GUI Application damit man lampp wie ein Programm via Icon starten kann.
Es werden ausserdem noch service bzw systemctl Dateien installiert, um xampp als service zu integrieren. Es kann dann wie andere Linux Dienste verwendet werden.
Die install.sh fragt dann noch ab, ob der Dienst lampp auch für einen normalen Linux Benutzer gestartet werden soll (sudoers einträge. Achtung, auch hier muss nach einem Pfadwechsel die sudoers angepasst werden.) Da die normalen Ports wie 21,80 und 443 priviligierte Ports sind, dürfte nur root den dienst starten. Mal abgesehen von Security, ist das ganze irgendwie nie so richtig fertig.
Nach dem Aufruf der install.sh gibt es eine neue Datei die alle vorhandenen template dateien als Liste enthält.

* lampp.env
# Initial values for LAMPP on a Stick
#**********************************************
# Ports for the network services,
# which will change the Ports and absolute
# pathes in all config files on the fly needed
#
# (see lampp.conf)
#**********************************************

# Default (standard ports) - they are mostly in use
# (on servers or test enviroments)
#
APORT=80 # default 80
APORTSSL=443 # 443
MPORT=3306 # 3306, 7188
FPORT=21 # 21

Hier wird mehr oder weniger die neue Umgebung konfiguriert wie ports, addons wie JRE oder tomcat etc, env vars etc, der aktuelle Pfad von lampp
der neue Pfad und die definierten Ports werden durch lampp.conf dann in allen Dateien, von denen es durch die install.sh ein template gibt, ersetzt.

* lampp.conf
Dieses Script wird beim start von xampp aufgerufen, es ersetzt den Pfad /opt/lampp durch den aktuellen Pfad , es ersetzt ausserdem die Ports der Services etc.
Es versucht zu ermitteln, ob sich seit dem letzten Start der Pfad geändert hat (was bei USB ja in der Regel der Fall ist. Auf rechner a hat der usb stick den Pfad /media/USB1, auf rechner b den Pfad /home/user/Desktop/xampp, oder xampp wurde einfach nur verschoben etc.). Wenn sich der Pfad geändert hat, müssen alle Dateien, von denen ja bereits bei der install.sh eine Liste erstellt wurde, angepasst werden - sonst funktioniert das ganze nicht.
* lampp
Auch das mitgelieferte lampp script wurde geändert. Alle Pfade sind via variable (lampp.env) gesetzt sowie die Ports, die das script abfragt um zu testen ob xampp bereits läuft etc.
Gleich am Anfang des scripts wird die lampp.env eingelesen (setzen der neuen Werte) und noch bevor xampp irgendwas ausführt, wird die lampp.conf ausgeführt.
Danach geht alles wie gehabt, xampp startet den oder die Dienste, alles wurde so modifiert, dass er nicht mehr auf den originalen Pfad versucht zuzugreifen.

# change into correct working dir before starting
_DIR="`dirname $0`"
cd ${_DIR}/

# set the new enviroment
source lampp.env

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=${_DIR}/lib

source lampp.conf
...

* lamppWrapper.sh
# hack to use lampp aka xampp on a SSD/USB 3.0 Stick
ein einfacher Wrapper, er startet nicht nur xampp sondern noch ein paar weitere scripte (wie die firewall freigabe des neuen Webserver ports. )

Ausserdem muss man noch beachten, dass einige Linux System beim mounten von USB einen NOEXEC flag setzen (d.h. ausführen von scripts oder binaries ist nicht gestattet), dann muss man eh für den Stick andere mount optionen setzen. USB 2.0 oder langsame sticks eigenen sich auch kaum, es ist recht träge und macht kein Spass.

Möchte hier jetzt nicht alles posten, ist schon lang genug geworden.
Bin gerne bereit zu helfen, wenn dein Interesse noch da ist.

lg
c.
by cor2go
08. October 2012 18:04
 
Forum: XAMPP für Linux
Topic: XAMPP auf usb-stick bringen - unter linux - geht das denn?!
Replies: 2
Views: 5567

Re: Apache do not start [Solved]

The C++ runtimes are a requirement for Apache and PHP not related to XAMPP specifically. Problems with MySQL is probably a different issue and you should open a new topic with relevant information (MySQL error log / console output / Windows Error Reports).
by hackattack142
07. October 2012 17:46
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Apache do not start [Solved]
Replies: 6
Views: 2594

Re: Unable to start Apache server on windows xp

Hey JJ_Tagy, found a fix.
Reinstalled Xampp using the installer .exe method.
Use the comment made my Rankxerox1984, from another thread under the same subject and it worked. Apache service is running. Now working on MySQL service to start. Oh well...
JAS55
by JAS55
07. October 2012 03:11
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Unable to start Apache server on windows xp
Replies: 4
Views: 3543

Re: Apache do not start [Solved]

Thanks Rankxerox1984, your suggestion worked for getting Apache service to start.
What do you suggest to get MySQL service to start?
How did you come upon the C++ fix?

JAS55
by JAS55
07. October 2012 03:07
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Apache do not start [Solved]
Replies: 6
Views: 2594

Re: Uninstalled Xampp without stopping XAMPP-MySQL. Please H

A. Did you have a previous version of XAMPP installed?

B, Did someone else originally set up Ubuntu on this machine?

If so 0

The version of the Linux distribution on your machine probably already has ProFTPd and MySQL installed. They may have also been configured to start themselves as services when the machine is booted. You need to disable them, then you can use XAMPP. You could also actually remove them, but that is not necessary. It is only required that Apache and MySQL do not automatically start.

Use these Google searches:

ubuntu 10 disable ProFTPd

ubuntu 10 disable MySQL

Good Luck
8)
by JonB
06. October 2012 01:13
 
Forum: XAMPP for Linux
Topic: Uninstalled Xampp without stopping XAMPP-MySQL. Please Help
Replies: 5
Views: 3423

Re: Access Forbidden with XAMPP 1.8.1 (Win7)

Thanks for the quick reply, hackattack142. By "log" I'm guessing you mean the display at the bottom of the control panel, rather than one of the logs you can access via the Logs button next to the Config button, on the Apache line? If so, here it is:

(FYI, I turned off services. It was giving a bunch of errors about service with wrong path or something. All that went away when I switched from services. But I'm still getting the 403 error.)
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10:20:49 AM  [main]    Initializing Control Panel
10:20:49 AM  [main]    Windows Version: Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit
10:20:49 AM  [main]    XAMPP Version: 1.8.1
10:20:49 AM  [main]    Control Panel Version: 3.1.0 3.1.0 [ Compiled: September 20th 2012 ]
10:20:49 AM  [main]    You are not running with administrator rights! This will work for
10:20:49 AM  [main]    most application stuff but whenever you do something with services
10:20:49 AM  [main]    there will be a security dialogue or things will break! So think
10:20:49 AM  [main]    about running this application with administrator rights!
10:20:49 AM  [main]    XAMPP Installation Directory: "c:\xampp\"
10:20:49 AM  [main]    Checking for prerequisites
10:20:49 AM  [main]    All prerequisites found
10:20:49 AM  [main]    Initializing Modules
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Initializing module...
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Checking for module existence...
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Checking for required tools...
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Checking for service (name="Apache2.4"): Service not installed
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Service Path: Service Not Installed
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Checking default ports...
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Portblocker Detected: c:\xampp\apache\bin\httpd.exe
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\apache\bin\httpd.exe
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    XAMPP Apache is already running on port 80
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Portblocker Detected: c:\xampp\apache\bin\httpd.exe
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\apache\bin\httpd.exe
10:20:49 AM  [Apache]    XAMPP Apache is already running on port 443
10:20:49 AM  [mysql]    Initializing module...
10:20:49 AM  [mysql]    Checking for module existence...
10:20:49 AM  [mysql]    Checking for required tools...
10:20:49 AM  [mysql]    Checking for service (name="mysql"): Service not installed
10:20:49 AM  [mysql]    Service Path: Service Not Installed
10:20:49 AM  [mysql]    Checking default ports...
10:20:49 AM  [mysql]    Portblocker Detected: c:\xampp\mysql\bin\mysqld.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mysql]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\mysql\bin\mysqld.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mysql]    XAMPP MySQL is already running on port 3306
10:20:49 AM  [filezilla]    Initializing module...
10:20:49 AM  [filezilla]    Checking for module existence...
10:20:49 AM  [filezilla]    Checking for required tools...
10:20:49 AM  [filezilla]    Checking for service (name="FileZillaServer"): Service not installed
10:20:49 AM  [filezilla]    Service Path: Service Not Installed
10:20:49 AM  [filezilla]    Checking default ports...
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Initializing module...
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking for module existence...
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking for required tools...
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking default ports...
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Portblocker Detected: mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\MercuryMail\mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Problem detected!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Port 25 in use by "mercury.exe"!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Mercury WILL NOT start without the configured ports free!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    You need to uninstall/disable/reconfigure the blocking application
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    or reconfigure Mercury to listen on a different port
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Portblocker Detected: mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\MercuryMail\mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Problem detected!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Port 79 in use by "mercury.exe"!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Mercury WILL NOT start without the configured ports free!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    You need to uninstall/disable/reconfigure the blocking application
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    or reconfigure Mercury to listen on a different port
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Portblocker Detected: mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\MercuryMail\mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Problem detected!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Port 105 in use by "mercury.exe"!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Mercury WILL NOT start without the configured ports free!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    You need to uninstall/disable/reconfigure the blocking application
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    or reconfigure Mercury to listen on a different port
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Portblocker Detected: mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\MercuryMail\mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Problem detected!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Port 106 in use by "mercury.exe"!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Mercury WILL NOT start without the configured ports free!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    You need to uninstall/disable/reconfigure the blocking application
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    or reconfigure Mercury to listen on a different port
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Portblocker Detected: mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\MercuryMail\mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Problem detected!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Port 110 in use by "mercury.exe"!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Mercury WILL NOT start without the configured ports free!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    You need to uninstall/disable/reconfigure the blocking application
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    or reconfigure Mercury to listen on a different port
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Portblocker Detected: mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\MercuryMail\mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Problem detected!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Port 143 in use by "mercury.exe"!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Mercury WILL NOT start without the configured ports free!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    You need to uninstall/disable/reconfigure the blocking application
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    or reconfigure Mercury to listen on a different port
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Portblocker Detected: mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Checking for App: c:\xampp\MercuryMail\mercury.exe
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Problem detected!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Port 2224 in use by "mercury.exe"!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    Mercury WILL NOT start without the configured ports free!
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    You need to uninstall/disable/reconfigure the blocking application
10:20:49 AM  [mercury]    or reconfigure Mercury to listen on a different port
10:20:49 AM  [Tomcat]    Initializing module...
10:20:49 AM  [Tomcat]    Checking for module existence...
10:20:49 AM  [Tomcat]    Checking for required tools...
10:20:49 AM  [Tomcat]    Checking for service (name="Tomcat7"): Service not installed
10:20:49 AM  [Tomcat]    Service Path: Service Not Installed
10:20:49 AM  [Tomcat]    Checking default ports...
10:20:49 AM  [main]    Starting Check-Timer
10:20:49 AM  [main]    Control Panel Ready


Thanks again for your assistance!

- AAA
by alfred3x
05. October 2012 15:27
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Access Forbidden with XAMPP 1.8.1 (Win7)
Replies: 3
Views: 6873

Re: Uninstalled Xampp without stopping XAMPP-MySQL. Please H

Hi JonB,

I haven't done such things to automatically start XAMPP.

Also I am new to Linux too.

Is there any other possibility to relieve from this???
by abuisaacm
05. October 2012 09:04
 
Forum: XAMPP for Linux
Topic: Uninstalled Xampp without stopping XAMPP-MySQL. Please Help
Replies: 5
Views: 3423

Re: *** New XAMPP CONTROL PANEL Version 3 ***

Is it possible to get the control panel to always use the (v1.8.1) portable Apache/MySQL even though I have Apache/MySQL services installed? The entries for EnableServices in the xampp-control.ini are 0 and not checked in the GUI.

(The control panel does not properly request privilege elevation and crashes with an access violation when it tries to start the services unless I ran it as administrator. But I don't want it to try to start the services; I want it to be a control panel for the portable XAMPP.)

Ahah! I think I figured it out. I deleted the Apache and MySQL serviceNames:
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[ServiceNames]
Apache=
MySQL=
FileZilla=FileZillaServer
Tomcat=Tomcat7


Now it's starting the local apps. Hope this helps someone else. (Shouldn't the setup script have done this? Edit: Perhaps it would have done if there weren't a space in my path? I will try on another folder.)
by davidhbrown
05. October 2012 04:38
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: XAMPP CONTROL PANEL Version 3 Problems
Replies: 154
Views: 219790

Re: Uninstalled Xampp without stopping XAMPP-MySQL. Please H

Did you previously 'fix' init.rc.d or etc/rc.d/rc.local to automatically start XAMPP?

If you did, then removing XAMPP would not have changed those files.

Now, when you start the 'new' XAMPP manually with /opt/lampp/lampp start, it is already running.

Good Luck
8)
by JonB
05. October 2012 00:27
 
Forum: XAMPP for Linux
Topic: Uninstalled Xampp without stopping XAMPP-MySQL. Please Help
Replies: 5
Views: 3423

Uninstalled Xampp without stopping XAMPP-MySQL. Please Help

Uninstalled Xampp without stopping XAMPP-MySQL and XAMPP-ProFTPD. Please Help!!!

Hi Friends,

I have uninstalled XAMPP without stopping MYSQL and ProFTPD.

When I was starting the XAMPP/LAMPP after reinstalling I got the output as:

root@user-desktop:~/Desktop# /opt/lampp/lampp start
Starting XAMPP for Linux 1.8.1...
XAMPP: Starting Apache with SSL (and PHP5)...
XAMPP: Another MySQL daemon is already running.
XAMPP: Another FTP daemon is already running.

XAMPP for Linux started.


I have tried to stop the MYSQL and ProFTPD services using chkconfig but not helped.

I couldn't findout the MYSQL and ProFTPD that was already running.

Please help.....

Thankyou
by abuisaacm
04. October 2012 06:48
 
Forum: XAMPP for Linux
Topic: Uninstalled Xampp without stopping XAMPP-MySQL. Please Help
Replies: 5
Views: 3423

Control Panel crash after running for around 15 minutes

Hi everyone, I have been using xampp for around 3 years and it is great. I regularly backup the whole xampp folder. This problem starts to happen since few days ago, the control panel would be "not response" after I open and run xampp for around 15 minutes. I need to force to close the program by ctrl+alt+delete, and actually the web server apache+mysql is running fine and working even after I force to close the not response control panel. I then can start the control panel again and seeing apache and mysql are running.

I recover from my backup except keeping the web page content folder and mysql folder, but the problem is still the same.

Any idea what can I do?
by j2ee
04. October 2012 04:17
 
Forum: XAMPP for Windows
Topic: Control Panel crash after running for around 15 minutes
Replies: 8
Views: 4044
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