Running XAMPP on WIN10 but cant access localhost

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Running XAMPP on WIN10 but cant access localhost

Postby 3fas » 17. October 2016 10:05

I have installed and running WAMPP on a WIN10 but cant access the localhost page. I have tried 127.0.0.1 and different combinations with the port adress but nothing works. I have configured the server to run on ports 8010 and 8011 and the XAMPP control panel shows that the server is up and running.
I have also turned off the "World Wide Web Publishing" service.
How do I access the localhost page?
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Re: Running XAMPP on WIN10 but cant access localhost

Postby Nobbie » 18. October 2016 11:50

What exactly do you enter into the browser, what exactly does happen? And what is WAMPP?

3fas wrote:I have configured the server to run on ports 8010 and 8011


How did you configure that, which configuration did you change? And did you restart Apache after? And why did you change the Ports?
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Re: Running XAMPP on WIN10 but cant access localhost

Postby rgtii » 18. October 2016 15:26

URL would be something like http://localhost:8010
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Re: Running XAMPP on WIN10 but cant access localhost

Postby Core » 19. October 2016 22:33

Hi,
I have the same problem.I have installed and running XAMPP on a WIN10 but can't access the localhost page, and it gives me this message "Apache/2.4.23 (Win32) OpenSSL/1.0.2h PHP/5.6.24 Server at localhost Port 80"

Thanks

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Re: Running XAMPP on WIN10 but cant access localhost

Postby Nobbie » 20. October 2016 14:02

Core wrote:and it gives me this message "Apache/2.4.23 (Win32) OpenSSL/1.0.2h PHP/5.6.24 Server at localhost Port 80"


This is a message from Apache running on localhost - so you can access localhost very well.
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