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Postby avantguardia » 11. July 2008 13:22

Hello.
Please let us beginer to know basic elements of XAMPP.
From instalation to work.
Which file should change?
On Apache site i found that must change php.ini and some other file.
Which one?
Please explain whole procedure.Please.
Thank you.
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Postby Nobbie » 11. July 2008 13:45

>Which file should change?

None.

>On Apache site i found that must change php.ini and some other file.

Not for Xampp, only for Apache and PHP installed separately and manually.

>Please explain whole procedure.Please.

Install, start Apache in Xampp Panel, ready.
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answer

Postby avantguardia » 11. July 2008 13:49

Whwn i start writing simple php script,return error is that something is wrong with my settings.
I was on the many web sites and that says that i should change php.ini file?
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Postby Nobbie » 11. July 2008 14:05

You dont need to change php.ini for Xampp.

If there is an error in your script, you should show us the error message and the script. The Xampp scripts run errorfree.
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here

Postby avantguardia » 11. July 2008 14:09

<?php
phpinfo();
?>



That i wrote and there is a message from opera browser:

It showing text similar like this:

<?php
phpinfo();
?>
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wher?

Postby avantguardia » 11. July 2008 14:10

where to save my file?
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Postby avantguardia » 11. July 2008 14:29

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Re: wher?

Postby Nobbie » 11. July 2008 17:04

avantguardia wrote:where to save my file?


To C:\Xampp\htdocs

And open it in browser via http://localhost/test.php (assuming, that "test.php" is the file name), and *not* via double clicking on it in explorer.
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Postby avantguardia » 11. July 2008 18:15

Thank you
Problem solved.
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