telmeca wrote:... I mean APACHE, MYSQL, PHP and MOODLE in a single folder (C:\XAMPP). Then as the others apps are using the PHP located at C:\PHP, I would need to delete the C:\XAMPP\PHP folder and then make the fixes for getting PHP, MySQL and APACHE work together again ....
I think you're still getting it confused.... If you already have scripts running on your production server, then you do not need to install XAMPP on it, nor would you even want to try (It'll cause a big mess at best!)
. If your production server has Apache/MySQL/PHP running already, then that part is done and XAMPP is not needed. All you need to do at this point is download Moodle and upload it's files to your server, then just go through the installation process for configuring Moodle.
XAMPP is only needed when you don't have Apache/MySQL/PHP installed and want to install these server programs easily. You'll need to upload your Moodle to the htdocs
directory (or whatever it's named on your production server)
, then follow the installation guide. Take a look at the Installation Guide at http://docs.moodle.org/24/en/Installing_Moodle for more details.