..but you can only run one instance at a time unless you want to mess with changing listening ports etc...
..and is not really necessary in a development environment or, in my case, a troubleshooting environment.
ApacheFriends XAMPP setup win32 Version 1.7
Copyright <c> 2002-2009 Apachefriends
Authors: Kay Vogelgesang <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Carsten Wiedmann <email@example.com>
Configure for server 1.7.1
Configure XAMPP with awk for 'Windows_NT'
Please wait ...
Enable AcceptEx Winsocks v2 support for NT systems DONE!
##### Have fun with ApacheFriends XAMPP! #####
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XAMPP Control Panel Version 2.5 (9.May, 2007)
Windows 5.1 Build 2600 Platform 2 Service Pack 3
Current Directory: C:\xampp1
*** WARNING: Directory mismatch ***
Status Check OK
You can, using my method above, still retain XAMPP 1.7.2 and use it by changing the Listen directive in the httpd.conf and the httpd-ssl.conf files if required so that you can develop and/or test your scripts/apps using http://localhost:[new listen port]/your script or app/.
No need to rename this file and also you have not enabled the file extension visibility setting on your PC which can give you file recognition issues down the track.amanda099 wrote:Then I rename the file C:\xampp1\xampp-control into C:\xampp1\xampp1-control
You can safely ignore this message as it relates to a non existent registry entry and is hard coded in older XAMPP version's XCP.amanda099 wrote:*** WARNING: Directory mismatch ***
Alias /zencart "C:\xampp1\htdocs\imabeauty\zencart\"
Allow from all
Should this now be:
Now I have the shopping cart folder in XAMPP 1.7.2, C:\xampp1\htdocs\imabeauty\zencart\
No need to rename this file and also you have not enabled the file extension visibility setting on your PC which can give you file recognition issues down the track.
To change the Listen directive in 1.7.2 open the C:\xampp1\apache\conf\httpd.conf file in your text editor (notepad for example) and find the line Listen 80 and change it to Listen *.8080 for example which is the alternative to port 80.
If 1.7.1 Apache won't start by giving a port already in use when you have 1.7.2 running in parallel ....
Change that to Listen *:80Apache of version 1.7.2 didn't want to start after I changed the line Listen 80 to Listen *.8080 in the C:\xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf file of version 1.7.2
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