Apache & MySQL Don't work

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Apache & MySQL Don't work

Postby elragal_30 » 16. March 2011 21:19

hello i use Xamp and it was work good since installed all services worked good (Apachi-MySQL-PhpMyAdmin-...)
now when i run Xampp Control panel i run Apache and MysqL
and its state is Running(Green)
but when i Open http://localhost
it cannot founde page/server localhost (Same with 127.0.0.1 and also my local ip 192.168.1.xx)
also i can't connect to MySQL Server
although they already Run

i searched google for this and found about conflict with Skype and still have same problem
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Re: Apache & MySQL Don't work

Postby Sharley » 17. March 2011 00:46

Make sure your browser is not set to "work offline" in the File menu.

Read the \xampp\apache\logs\error.log file for clues.
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Re: Apache & MySQL Don't work

Postby elragal_30 » 17. March 2011 22:33

Sharley wrote:Make sure your browser is not set to "work offline" in the File menu.

Read the \xampp\apache\logs\error.log file for clues.


it isn't offline and i try from other pc on network that i was able to connect from before
also about mysql it is running in control panel but in real i can't connecto to databases

i also try to setup appServ installition succeded and apatche running and mysql as screens say ,but in real i can't connect to either of them
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Re: Apache & MySQL Don't work

Postby Sharley » 18. March 2011 08:18

How are you trying to connect to a database?


Can you access the orange XAMPP Welcome Demo Page when you type in your browser?
http://localhost/xampp/index.php
If so can you run all the demos and tools in the left menu?


Can you access phpMyAdmin by typing in your browser?
http://localhost/phpmyadmin

If you can't do any of the above then run the xampp-portcheck.exe file and see what is using the ports 80, 443 and 3306

Read the error.log file for clues as I asked in my first reply.
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