This is still not correct as you should be redirected to the XAMPP Welcome Page.I still get "It Works!"
What loads correctly http://localhost or http://localhost/index.php or both?barneskd wrote:I've got to run to class in a second but after clearing the cache it seems to load correctly now.
Single click on Start perhaps a couple of times but not quickly or until you get a green Running appear and then the Admin... should not be grayed out and available to click on - sometimes, and I have just replicated it, you have to single click on it not double click or it will not change to Start form Stop, it can be very fussy.barneskd wrote:And I can't click Admin because it wont let me start the service. I click Start and I get:
Apache Service Started"
but Admin is still grayed out and Start is still the option, not Stop. Task Manager shows Apache HTTP Server is running though.
Good news and that means that all the XAMPP components are up and running with no errors.barneskd wrote:They both work correctly and all the demos run as well.
The SYSTEM indicates that it is a system service running on the port which would seem to be normal in Vista's nanny like environment - a normal OS like XP would tell you what is using the ports.barneskd wrote:...I run the port checker that comes with Xampp and it says SYSTEM is using it....
EDIT: When I uncheck Apache as a service (not sure why it was checked in the first place, I didn't tick those boxes during the installation) it lets me start and stop it. Is this normal?
I stop the service and then try to untick it, it asks if I want to uninstall it, I click yes, the tick goes away for a second, and then comes right back. Any suggestions?
Wiedmann wrote:I stop the service and then try to untick it, it asks if I want to uninstall it, I click yes, the tick goes away for a second, and then comes right back. Any suggestions?
Use "sc delete mysql" in the shell.
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