JKMickelson wrote:Hi Trinath,
"Other Ports" is easy.
"Other Path" is a different story, though I have multiple copies of standard XAMMP 1.60 running in different directories with various and separate configurations. All copies of XAMPP are running simultaneously without conflict. This "Dual Core/Multi Core XAMPP" technique has been experimental, but I am in the process of putting it into production level service.
To help you properly, I need to know what you are trying to accomplish.
JKMickelson wrote:The simplest way of running two LAMP environments is to:
- Have 2 available IP addresses
(hint: use your ISP's DNS server and save your 2 IP addresses for this purpose instead. Your ISP's DNS are faster, more secure, and use resources on your ISP's server, not yours)
- Get a standard web server running on your linux listening to one IP address
(use apt-get or yum to install your distro's LAMP components.)
- Install XAMPP and change the ports and have it listen to the 2nd IP address
FACT: multiple LAMP stacks require multiple bound IP addresses
(or it requires a very convoluted configuration that is unsustainable beyond two stacks).
Public Service Announcement: If this makes your head spin, and you haven't a clue on how to proceed, this is not the recommended solution for you. This is a completely custom configuration with no support from anyone, anywhere. You must be completely self-reliant and capable of addressing unfamiliar problems with confidence, patience, and long hours of research.
There are no control panels for such a configuration. It is all manual.
However, implemented properly, it provides great benefit in cost, stability, and protection of current and legacy assets while allowing immediate adoption of some of the latest web technologies.
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