# Secure (SSL/TLS) connections
# Include "conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf"
Kosenko wrote:C:/xampp/htdocs/drupal7 (apache will not recognize)
If you changed the Listen directive to Listen 8000 then http://localhost:8000/xampp/index.php will give you the XAMPP Welcome page provided that Apache and MySQL are running after clicking on Start in the control panel.Kosenko wrote:The issue here was that I had to set Apache to listen on port 8000 in order to get it to work with Windows Firewall. That is where the localhost:8000 is coming from. Whatever is set in the httpd.conf file has no effect whatsoever in enabling localhost.
And again the error.log file is where you will find the clue for these types of errors.Kosenko wrote:The next issue is that I cannot get Apache to recognize ANY subdirectories except /XAMPP. In other words, the installation turns out to be completely useless for testing other PHP applications like Drupal, since it keeps giving an "object" or "URL" not found error.
BTW you can't put Drupal or any other file or folder in the XAMPP system folder C:\xampp\htdocs\xampp as this is protected and will give a 403 error.Kosenko wrote:C:/xampp/htdocs/xampp installation always defaults to this
C:/xampp/htdocs/drupal7 (apache will not recognize)
C:/xamp/htdocs/xamp/drupal7 (moved to test . . . apache will not recognize).
Only for you and not for the millions of other successful XAMPP users who had it working right 'out of the box'.Kosenko wrote:XAMPP on Windows appears to be useless.
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