[solved]XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

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[solved]XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby pyram » 13. May 2012 01:36

Hi, im using XAMPP 1.7.7.
I just installed Xampp.
If press 'admin...' for mysql in xampp control panel, it goes to a 'page cannot be found'. This is a fresh install.

What can i do?

Thanks.
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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby pyram » 13. May 2012 03:55

I have tried this:
http://127.0.0.1/phpmyadmin
But still is: The page cannot be found

Also i have tried this:
Sharley wrote:Try using the \xampp\xampp-control-3-beta.exe control panel as it has a better reporting window and for the latest version of this control panel click on the link in my signature.
Download and extract all files into the xampp installation folder and overwrite when asked then use this newer version instead.

Also open the \xampp\mysql\bin\my.ini file in your text editor and remove the # from this line so it looks like this
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bind-address="127.0.0.1"
Save the file and restart MySQL so it reads the edit in the my.ini file.

Open C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc\HOSTS file by dragging it into an open text editor and make sure the first line after the beginning comments looks like this
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127.0.0.1 localhost
If not then add it then save the file and try again.

Also a reboot won't hurt to clean things up.


But the problem remains.

What can i do?
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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby hackattack142 » 13. May 2012 05:15

1. You should use the new Control Panel v3 if you are not already (xampp-control-3-beta.exe) and post the output of the log window when you start it up
2. I am assuming you have both Apache and MySQL running
3. Make sure you do not have something else listening on Port 80
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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby pyram » 13. May 2012 07:37

hackattack142 wrote:1. You should use the new Control Panel v3 if you are not already (xampp-control-3-beta.exe) and post the output of the log window when you start it up
2. I am assuming you have both Apache and MySQL running
3. Make sure you do not have something else listening on Port 80


Im using the Control Panel v3.0.11.
This is the log:

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1:32:20 AM  [main]    Initializing Control Panel
1:32:20 AM  [main]    Windows Version: Windows XP SP3 32-bit
1:32:20 AM  [main]    XAMPP Version: 1.7.7
1:32:20 AM  [main]    Control Panel Version: 3.0.11 [ Compiled: December 7th 2011 ]
1:32:20 AM  [main]    Running with Administrator rights - good!
1:32:20 AM  [main]    XAMPP Installation Directory: "e:\xampp\"
1:32:20 AM  [main]    Initializing Modules
1:32:20 AM  [apache]    Possible problem detected!
1:32:20 AM  [apache]    Port 80 in use by "inetinfo.exe"!
1:32:20 AM  [apache]    Possible problem detected!
1:32:20 AM  [apache]    Port 443 in use by "inetinfo.exe"!
1:32:20 AM  [mysql]    XAMPP MySQL Service is already running on port 3306
1:32:20 AM  [filezilla]    Possible problem detected!
1:32:20 AM  [filezilla]    Port 21 in use by "inetinfo.exe"!
1:32:20 AM  [mercury]    Possible problem detected!
1:32:20 AM  [mercury]    Port 25 in use by "inetinfo.exe"!
1:32:20 AM  [tomcat]    Possible problem detected!
1:32:20 AM  [tomcat]    Port 8080 in use by "reportingservicesservice.exe"!
1:32:20 AM  [main]    Starting Check-Timer
1:32:20 AM  [main]    Control Panel Ready


I have Apache and mysql running, yes.
As the log displays, inetinfo.exe is at port 80.

But can i leave the port 80 there and put the new services into another port?
Or, which is the best aproach to this?
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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby Altrea » 13. May 2012 08:09

Hi pyram,

If you are using an IIS and MSSQL Service on your computer, why don't you use them instead of XAMPP?
It is not very comfortable to use a webserver stack with all changed defaukt ports, but sure it is possible.

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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby pyram » 13. May 2012 09:07

Altrea wrote:Hi pyram,

If you are using an IIS and MSSQL Service on your computer, why don't you use them instead of XAMPP?
It is not very comfortable to use a webserver stack with all changed defaukt ports, but sure it is possible.

best wishes,
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Well, i dont want to use IIS with PHP. I just want to use another webserver other than IIS for my php websites.
That's why i did a clean install of XAMPP.

How can i solve this?
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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby Altrea » 13. May 2012 13:57

pyram wrote:Well, i dont want to use IIS with PHP.

Why not? Nowadays IIS is stable with PHP. This wasn't the case in former times.
But okay, it's your computer.

You need to change the
  • Apache HTTP Port 80 at two places in \xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf
  • Apache HTTPS/SSL Port 443 at three places in \xampp\apache\conf\extra\httpd-ssl.conf

After that (re)start Apache and try if you can access http://localhost:

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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby pyram » 13. May 2012 18:34

Altrea wrote:
pyram wrote:Well, i dont want to use IIS with PHP.

Why not? Nowadays IIS is stable with PHP. This wasn't the case in former times.
But okay, it's your computer.

You need to change the
  • Apache HTTP Port 80 at two places in \xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf
  • Apache HTTPS/SSL Port 443 at three places in \xampp\apache\conf\extra\httpd-ssl.conf

After that (re)start Apache and try if you can access http://localhost:

best wishes,
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Well initially i was going to use IIS. But after an advice, i decided to use Apache.

I did the changes.
Im loading phpmyadmin like: http://localhost:81/phpmyadmin/ and is loading correctyl now. Thanks.

Now, If i go to control panel and click on admin for mysql, it still goes to the old: http://localhost/phpmyadmin/. Do you know where can i change that url so it goes to the new one now?
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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby Altrea » 13. May 2012 19:51

pyram wrote:Well initially i was going to use IIS. But after an advice, i decided to use Apache.

Do you still use IIS for other scripting languages?
If not, then maybe you want to uninstall IIS and switch completely to Apache?

pyram wrote:Now, If i go to control panel and click on admin for mysql, it still goes to the old: http://localhost/phpmyadmin/. Do you know where can i change that url so it goes to the new one now?

If you are using the default control panel, you can't change it. It is hardcoded.
If you are using the new control panel, you can define the new port in the configuration, but only in the current versions

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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby pyram » 13. May 2012 20:34

Altrea wrote:
pyram wrote:Well initially i was going to use IIS. But after an advice, i decided to use Apache.

Do you still use IIS for other scripting languages?
If not, then maybe you want to uninstall IIS and switch completely to Apache?

pyram wrote:Now, If i go to control panel and click on admin for mysql, it still goes to the old: http://localhost/phpmyadmin/. Do you know where can i change that url so it goes to the new one now?

If you are using the default control panel, you can't change it. It is hardcoded.
If you are using the new control panel, you can define the new port in the configuration, but only in the current versions.

best wishes,
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I still use IIS for ASP.

Im using Control Panel version 3.0.11. I believe it's the newest.
Where in the configuration should i change the port?
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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby Altrea » 13. May 2012 20:40

pyram wrote:Where in the configuration should i change the port?

Well, maybe in "Config -> Service and Port Settings"?
Just a guess :lol:
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Re: XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby pyram » 13. May 2012 20:52

Altrea wrote:
pyram wrote:Where in the configuration should i change the port?

Well, maybe in "Config -> Service and Port Settings"?
Just a guess :lol:


Ok.
Everything good now.
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Re: [solved]XAMPP phpmyadmin Page not found

Postby Altrea » 13. May 2012 21:59

You're welcome.
I've marked your thread as solved.

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