[solved]Port Issue

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[solved]Port Issue

Postby sam20e » 18. April 2012 04:43

Hi

Im using windows 7 and XAMPP version 1.7.4. i also use skype but its not using port 80. I changed xampp port number in httpd.conf (both listen and server name)

even after that when i stop, start apache, its showing : Apache started [port 80]

i changed the port number in conf to 1001. So its supposed to start with port 1001. xampp server is not working.. any help?

Thanks
Sam
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Re: Port Issue

Postby Altrea » 18. April 2012 04:53

Hi Sam,

sam20e wrote:even after that when i stop, start apache, its showing : Apache started [port 80]

Don't mind on that message from the XAMPP control panel status window. It is hard coded in it's sourcecode.
Please take a look into your \xampp\apache\logs\error.log
Your starting attempts will be logged there and can give much better information about whats going on there.

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Re: Port Issue

Postby sam20e » 18. April 2012 05:44

Thank you. still it shows as started port 80 but when i goto http://localhost:1001, its working fine.
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Re: Port Issue

Postby Altrea » 18. April 2012 12:29

Hi Sam,

sam20e wrote:when i goto http://localhost:1001, its working fine.

Then everything is working as expected and i will mark this issue as solved.

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Re: [solved]Port Issue

Postby sam20e » 18. April 2012 17:04

ok pls mark it as closed but pls inform the dev team.. its better to show the actual port so there wont be any confusion
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Re: [solved]Port Issue

Postby Altrea » 18. April 2012 18:26

Hi Sam,

sam20e wrote: pls inform the dev team.. its better to show the actual port so there wont be any confusion

I'm sorry, this control panel is end of life, so it would not help to inform any of the developers.

With XAMPP 1.8.0 the new Control Panel v3 developed by interested users of this board will be next default XAMPP control panel. In this new control panel you can configure the ports to observe to fit the XAMPP components configuration again. But a full parser to read out the ports automatically is not planned.

Please would you be so kind to add your XAMPP version and OS information like described in this thread: viewtopic.php?f=16&t=48626

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Re: [solved]Port Issue

Postby sam20e » 19. April 2012 02:09

Altrea wrote:Hi Sam,

sam20e wrote: pls inform the dev team.. its better to show the actual port so there wont be any confusion

I'm sorry, this is end of life, so it would not help to inform any of the developers.

With XAMPP 1.8.0 the new \Control Panel v3\ developed by interested users of this board will be next default XAMPP control panel. In this new control panel you can configure the ports to observe to fit the XAMPP components configuration again. But a full parser to read out the ports automatically is not planned.

Please would you be so kind to add your XAMPP version and OS information like described in this thread: http://community.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=48626

best wishes,
Altrea



I already mentioned my version. Waiting for the new release :)


Hi

Im using windows 7 and XAMPP version 1.7.4. i also use skype but its not using port 80. I changed xampp port number in httpd.conf (both listen and server name)

even after that when i stop, start apache, its showing : Apache started [port 80]

i changed the port number in conf to 1001. So its supposed to start with port 1001. xampp server is not working.. any help?

Thanks
Sam
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Re: [solved]Port Issue

Postby Altrea » 19. April 2012 02:26

Hi Sam,

sam20e wrote:I already mentioned my version.

Yes, you mentioned it in your thread BUT not in your profile info.
Please add your information at these fields. It will help us much to provide you the correct help for your environment.

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Re: [solved]Port Issue

Postby sam20e » 19. April 2012 02:35

Altrea wrote:Hi Sam,

sam20e wrote:I already mentioned my version.

Yes, you mentioned it in your thread BUT not in your profile info.
Please add your information at these fields. It will help us much to provide you the correct help for your environment.

best wishes,
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Ok done :)
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Re: [solved]Port Issue

Postby Altrea » 19. April 2012 04:43

Thank you very much :D
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