XAMPP changed to Apache2

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XAMPP changed to Apache2

Postby henkoegema » 23. November 2007 09:37

I have been using LAMPP (or is it XAMPP for Linux)together with my Asterisk (PBX software) on Debian 4.0. system
After an apt-get upgrade and apt-get update suddenly LAMPP is not my default webserverr anymore.
When I do http://localhost I get IT WORKS (and the address changes to http://localhost/apache2-default/l)

So I a way my system has been messed up. :cry:

How can I disable Apache and restore LAMPP is my default webserver ?
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Postby Philc » 27. November 2007 21:07

I'm not 100% sure about the path names, but on my linux install...

I remove the /etc/rc2.d/httpd file. this tells apache (non xampp) to start.

that should be about it. restart xampp and the xampp web server should then listen on port 80.
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Postby henkoegema » 27. November 2007 22:00

Philc wrote:I'm not 100% sure about the path names, but on my linux install...

I remove the /etc/rc2.d/httpd file. this tells apache (non xampp) to start.

that should be about it. restart xampp and the xampp web server should then listen on port 80.


Thanks for your reply.
It's working now. :lol:
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