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http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby darshanaprasad » 07. April 2016 17:18

Hi friends,
I am new to this forum.
I have installed and made some changes in xampp 3.2.2. But I have a problem for now. I searched the forum about my problem. So, I have to post it here.

I have very little knowledge about Apache, MySQL etc... But I need to learn them with xampp to learn Joomla.

This is my problem:
When I try to go to Security page (http://localhost/security/lang.php) it directs me to "http://localhost/security/lang.php?en" and says:
Object not found!

The requested URL was not found on this server. The link on the referring page seems to be wrong or outdated. Please inform the author of that page about the error.

If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster.

Error 404

localhost
Apache/2.4.17 (Win32) OpenSSL/1.0.2d PHP/5.6.19


Please tell me how to fix this.

Thanks in advance.
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Re: http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby Altrea » 07. April 2016 19:39

Hi,

3.2.2 is the version number of the XAMPP control panel component, not of the whole XAMPP bundle.

You can find the correct Xampp version number in the headline of the dashboard, or the log of the control panel, or the .version file, or the readme, or (for the newer XAMPP versions) from the PHP version number, ...

Related to your question, you should read this: viewtopic.php?f=22&t=72517#p247609

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Re: http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby darshanaprasad » 08. April 2016 04:12

Altrea wrote:Hi,

3.2.2 is the version number of the XAMPP control panel component, not of the whole XAMPP bundle.

You can find the correct Xampp version number in the headline of the dashboard, or the log of the control panel, or the .version file, or the readme, or (for the newer XAMPP versions) from the PHP version number, ...

Related to your question, you should read this: https://community.apachefriends.org/f/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=72517#p247609

best wishes,
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Thank you very much...

I'll read the given topic.
Also, I'll post any problem here while going through.

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Re: http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby darshanaprasad » 08. April 2016 07:24

Hi,
My Xampp version is 5.6.19.
I couldn't mention that, I replaced the xampp>htdocs folder with htdocs older from a xampp portable version because, the original htdocs files redirects to "xampp dashboard" page instead of "xampp for windows" page. I got that tip also from the internet. I did it because I didn't have any other option.

For now, I don't have any issue except going to security page.

I read the page viewtopic.php?f=22&t=72517#p247609 but I couldn't find a solution. There is not any hint to get away from "xampp dashboard" and go to "xampp for Windows" page or any configuration page. Also, I cannot find a solution for going to security page from "Xampp for Windows" page.

I have asked several problems.

Please be kind enough to direct me to the right way.

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Re: http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby Altrea » 08. April 2016 07:56

There is no solution. The current XAMPP versions removed the old orange administration page and security tools for good reasons.

If you still want to use them you have to use an older XAMPP version.
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Re: http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby darshanaprasad » 08. April 2016 08:16

Altrea wrote:There is no solution. The current XAMPP versions removed the old orange administration page and security tools for good reasons.

If you still want to use them you have to use an older XAMPP version.


Thank you very much for quick help.

I think my reference manual is written for older version of xampp.
I think I have to find a newer tutorial or book.

Now I have another problem:
How do we configure xampp (Apache, Mysql etc...) as in older versions with new xampp dashboard interface?
Or, don't we need make any changes with new xampp versions, or do we have to use cmd or any other method?

I think new reference manuals may have described them clearly. But I think some of practical works are different than manuals.
So, please give me some ideas about my problems.
Also, if you can please recommend me some references.

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Re: http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby Nobbie » 08. April 2016 10:31

darshanaprasad wrote:How do we configure xampp (Apache, Mysql etc...) as in older versions with new xampp dashboard interface?


What exactly would you like to configure and why?
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Re: http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby darshanaprasad » 08. April 2016 11:26

Nobbie wrote:
darshanaprasad wrote:How do we configure xampp (Apache, Mysql etc...) as in older versions with new xampp dashboard interface?


What exactly would you like to configure and why?


Hi,
Thanks for the reply.

I don't need just configure them.
I need to know that, how can we access to pages like welcome, security and also phpmyadmin, filezilla FTP, webalizer without "xampp for windows" page?
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Re: http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby Nobbie » 08. April 2016 12:02

darshanaprasad wrote:I need to know that, how can we access to pages like welcome,


Simply replace index.php in the htdocs folder


darshanaprasad wrote:security


What security? Xampp is safe out of the box.

darshanaprasad wrote: and also phpmyadmin


Simply click on phpmyadmin link in the dashboard or enter http://localhost/phpmyadmin

darshanaprasad wrote: filezilla FTP, webalizer without "xampp for windows" page?


Filezilla and Webalizer delivers their own runtime configuration files, like Apache does, read the documentation how to configure them properly. There has never been a Xampp GUI for that configuration, as it is by far too complex for a simple screen.

Actually, i dont understand, what is your goal? Why dont you simply put your HTML and PHP files into the htdocs folder and run them in your browser? That is what Xampp is made for. Xampp is not made for learning how to configure these tools, they are all preconfigured to work together properly on your local PC in order to give you the ability of simply running your own developed HTML/PHP files.
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Re: http://localhost/security/lang.php?en loading problem...

Postby darshanaprasad » 08. April 2016 12:46

Nobbie wrote:Filezilla and Webalizer delivers their own runtime configuration files, like Apache does, read the documentation how to configure them properly. There has never been a Xampp GUI for that configuration, as it is by far too complex for a simple screen.

Actually, i dont understand, what is your goal? Why dont you simply put your HTML and PHP files into the htdocs folder and run them in your browser? That is what Xampp is made for. Xampp is not made for learning how to configure these tools, they are all preconfigured to work together properly on your local PC in order to give you the ability of simply running your own developed HTML/PHP files.


Thank you very much.
I got clear idea.
I am going to do the hard work.
Hope help from all of you...

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