how do i disable...

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how do i disable...

Postby rawh » 12. May 2004 20:06

hello :)

how do i disable mod_ssl/2.0.49, OpenSSL/0.9.7d, and mod_autoindex/color?
I want my xampp to load and take as little resources as possible...kinda like the old minixampp did.

or do you know any tips on how i can make xampp run as fast as possible.. i just want the basic php+mysql+apache- no other goodies.......


THANKS! :D
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Postby yonscun_lie » 13. May 2004 11:12

not too sure but try to comment some lines on your http.conf
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Postby Sherw1n » 13. May 2004 18:14

Same here!

I'd like if they released a really tiny version of Xampp that didn't use up many resources

I only use Apache and PHP but I use Xampp because it's much easier to install so I have unecessary things working in the background...
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Postby rawh » 13. May 2004 18:52

Sherw1n wrote:Same here!

I'd like if they released a really tiny version of Xampp that didn't use up many resources

I only use Apache and PHP but I use Xampp because it's much easier to install so I have unecessary things working in the background...

yep same exact reason for me

not too sure but try to comment some lines on your http.conf

yeah i already tried that but whenever i did something it always seemed to break :(
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Postby myhelipad » 18. May 2004 04:54

I think you can try letest version xampp-win32-1.4.2 its didn't use up many resources, i have try on my Laptop its faster then before. My load time is, Page Generation: 0.138 Seconds and before the faster one is Page Generation: 1.638 Seconds... thats only my idea with my PHP-Nuke page on my laptop..
..::help me to help someone else::..
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Postby MAGnUm » 19. May 2004 00:40

just dont load mod perl or perl, they slow things down a bit. as far as resources, wampp isnt taking up a lot.
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