Make sure your firewall is not interfering with port 80 especially so if you have Windows auto-update enabled.The server starts fine but I get a completely blank page.
Use the Port Check button in your XAMPP Control Panel.how can I find out what's using a post in Win 7?
viewtopic.php?p=134260#p134260How do I check for IIS to see if it's on or not
[Mon Dec 21 15:43:32 2009] [warn] (OS 64)The specified network name is no longer available. : winnt_accept: Asynchronous AcceptEx failed.
You can ignore this message as it is hard coded into the XAMPP Control Panel and will show port 80 no matter what port you change to - that is until a developer decides on a method to change that behavior in the source code, if at all possible.However, the control panel still says
apache started [port:80]
I have the latest Joomla 1.5.15 installed on XAMPP 1.7.2 PHP 5.3 and so far seems to be working as intended but check the Joomla forums first and this article.Marco Conti wrote:I need to research if they applied a patch to Joomla to make it work with the latest release of PHP.
Not that I am aware of - but you can, with folder naming conventions and not using the Svc check boxes in the XCP (do not install components as a Windows service), have more than 1 instance of XAMPP installed on your PC.Marco Conti wrote:Is there a place with a tutorial on how to have 2 different version of PHP5 in the same XAMPP installation?
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