JonathanS wrote:Did you try to clear your browser's catche and refresh?
If so, I'm not entirely sure...
JonathanS wrote:<edited>I feel so stupid not to ask, but by any
chance are you using http://localhost/ or https://localhost/ ?</edited>
rdh wrote:Naturally, I prefer to have my firewall on, when accessing the Internet. So I turned it off, when offline and then started XAMPP then tried to get MySQL working. I'm still trying to figure out how to open ports 80 and 3306 for internal connections (as instructed in the FAQ) as I'm not yet familiar with the more complicated vagaries of my firewall. The FAQ says to configure my browser "to go around local addresses", but I don't really know how to do that either. As you've probably gathered, I'm on a bit of a steep learning curve here, so would naturally appreciate any further help that is offered.
JonathanS wrote:What O/S are you running?
JonathanS wrote: If XP, does it have SP2 installed?
JonathanS wrote:Which package did you download? Regular or lite?
Whichever one, was it EXE, ZIP, or Self-extracting ZIP?
If it was say Zip or extracting zip, try the regular install one.
If it was Zip or extracting zip, try running setup_xampp.bat
Maybe it can't find its "path" (which I think setup_xampp.bat does).
JonathanS wrote:As for EasyPHP, no idea; prior to XAMPP, I stayed away from "Apache/PHP/MySQL" packages.
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