Install Problems - MySQL, PHP, CGI and SSI show as deactivac

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Install Problems - MySQL, PHP, CGI and SSI show as deactivac

Postby JustJim » 27. October 2013 18:16

I run the installation program just fine.
Open the control panel and start:
    Apache
    MySql
    Filezilla
    Mercury
    Tomcat

Everything looks green

Open my browser to http://127.0.01/xampp/ and so far so good. Click on the status link (http://127.0.01/xampp/index.php) and MySQL, PHP, CGI and SSI show as deactivaced.

I have installed this on Dell Inspiron 17r special edition running Window 7 Home Premium SP1

Any and all ideas will be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Install Problems - MySQL, PHP, CGI and SSI show as deact

Postby jim.obrien » 28. October 2013 00:59

I thought some more information might be useful.

Control Panel Log

7:36:23 PM [Apache] Attempting to start Apache app...
7:36:23 PM [Apache] Status change detected: running
7:44:22 PM [mysql] Attempting to start MySQL app...
7:44:23 PM [mysql] Status change detected: running
7:45:12 PM [filezilla] Attempting to start FileZilla app...
7:45:12 PM [filezilla] Status change detected: running
7:45:13 PM [mercury] Attempting to start Mercury app...
7:45:14 PM [mercury] Status change detected: running
7:45:15 PM [Tomcat] Attempting to start Tomcat app...
7:45:17 PM [Tomcat] Status change detected: running

Control Panel screen shot:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9q6N_-D6S3tSnJ3dUpQRnhKT00/edit?usp=sharing

Status page screen shot:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9q6N_-D6S3tMUVCQXhzM3B0Yk0/edit?usp=sharing
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Re: Install Problems - MySQL, PHP, CGI and SSI show as deact

Postby JJ_Tagy » 28. October 2013 02:59

What is in the rest of the control panel log? Maybe post the whole thing.

Down at the bottom of the status screen, it says "Some changes to the configuration may sometimes cause false negatives". Have you changed any of the httpd.conf, php.ini, my.ini files? What about control panel configuration? Did you remove any databases?

Is windows firewall blocking the applications?
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Re: Install Problems - MySQL, PHP, CGI and SSI show as deact

Postby jim.obrien » 28. October 2013 04:30

Tagy,

Thanks for the quick response - This is a vanilla out of the box installation on a brand new machine. Just bought it yesterday.

My old machine was Vista tho and as I had never had firewall problems on that one, it never occurred to me that I might have them now.

I'll spend the rest of the evening playing around with my firewalls and get back to you tomorrow.
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Re: Install Problems - MySQL, PHP, CGI and SSI show as deact

Postby jim.obrien » 28. October 2013 04:41

Well that didn't take all that long - I turn the firewall off and started xampp. Went to the status page and still the same thing.
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Re: Install Problems - MySQL, PHP, CGI and SSI show as deact

Postby jim.obrien » 28. October 2013 04:42

wondering if I have a corrupt registry - If there a list of the entry key that xampp creates?
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Re: Install Problems - MySQL, PHP, CGI and SSI show as deact

Postby Altrea » 28. October 2013 04:54

XAMPP doesn't create/need any registry keys or PATH variables for it's base functionalities.
We still need the entire contents of your XAMPP control panel log messages.
We don't provide any support via personal channels like PM, email, Skype, TeamViewer!

It's like porn for programmers 8)
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