How to use Xampplite? (Configuring)

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How to use Xampplite? (Configuring)

Postby Martinfin » 30. November 2010 15:58

Need to know how to configure my 2 TB drive for files to be recognized and used, My 2 TB is D Drive and my HTDOCS is on C: I don't know how to share files to D...

I'm Trying to run Apache on C: and run files on D:
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Re: How to use Xampplite? (Configuring)

Postby JonB » 30. November 2010 18:50

Either -

Change your DocumentRoot in \xammp\apache\httpd.conf (this may break a lot of things)

OR

Create a Virtual Host (vhost).

OR

Simply move XAMMP to the root of D:

(you don't even have to un-install)

Use the 10 minute XAMPP move Guide -
http://bravo.newnetenterprises.com/word ... age_id=289

BTW - Apache/XAMPP have nothing to do with 'sharing' - that's a Microsoft OS technology - and it means to allow multiple users to have access to a network resource (including file systems)

Good Luck
:)


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Re: How to use Xampplite? (Configuring)

Postby Martinfin » 30. November 2010 19:43

JonB wrote:Either -

Change your DocumentRoot in \xammp\apache\httpd.conf (this may break a lot of things)

OR

Create a Virtual Host (vhost).

OR

Simply move XAMMP to the root of D:

(you don't even have to un-install)

Use the 10 minute XAMPP move Guide -
http://bravo.newnetenterprises.com/word ... age_id=289

BTW - Apache/XAMPP have nothing to do with 'sharing' - that's a Microsoft OS technology - and it means to allow multiple users to have access to a network resource (including file systems)

Good Luck
:)

ysf


Thanks JonB.. I'll just move without re-installing Xampp. The guide looks pretty simple to understand. I'll give it my best.
Thanks again.

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