TOR and xampp

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TOR and xampp

Postby WebFox » 21. February 2009 08:13

I did run xampp for a while fine.
Today I installed TOR and now localhost shows only more a empty page also the XAMPP admin pages are blank!
Any advise?
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Re: TOR and xampp

Postby Nobbie » 21. February 2009 13:45

>Any advise?

De-install TOR?!
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Re: TOR and xampp

Postby WebFox » 21. February 2009 15:45

:D NO not needed. Simply stop TOR when you work with Xampp! Its not what I want as I wish to use it when I am working with Xampp, and I hope that somebody find a solution sometimes. Uninstalling is solution for those that simply give up on any problem. For any problem is a solution, I trust.
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Re: TOR and xampp

Postby Izzy » 21. February 2009 16:04

Simply change the port that TOR listens on or change the port that XAMPP listens on then you will be able to use them both together - Apache can't share the port that it uses with anything else.

Search the forum for changing the listening port in XAMPP (httpd.conf file) , or read the docs for TOR to do the same.
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Re: TOR and xampp

Postby c2mismo » 12. March 2011 19:22

Ningún problema con Tor.
Yo uso Tor, olvídate de ello y haz lo siguiente:

sudo /opt/lampp/lampp stop

sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 stop

sudo /etc/init.d/mysql stop

sudo /opt/lampp/lampp start

Verifica si el cambio tubo éxito:

http://localhost/phpmyadmin/
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