64 bit XAMPP

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64 bit XAMPP

Postby cchanspike » 19. January 2008 00:01

When (if ever) will XAMPP have a 64 bit stack?

I'm using mod_python, and inter mixing 32 bit mod_python in 32 bit apache does not bode well with 64 bit python on the system.
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I second that one.

Postby morpheus_bd » 13. March 2008 20:08

I am also looking for a 64-bit version of XAMPP for use with Red hat Enterprise Linux 5.

I would feel that with 64 bit machine becoming more and more there will be allot of other people looking as well.
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Postby Nobbie » 15. March 2008 19:12

Download all the source codes (from Apache, MySQL, PHP etc.) and compile them on your machines.
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64 bit apache, php and mysql

Postby pioneear » 23. April 2008 13:47

You can download Apache win64 bit binaries from

website http://www.blackdot.be/?inc=apache/binaries
download http://www.blackdot.be/download.php?file=httpd/httpd-2.2.8-win64.zip

Then download PHP win64 bit binaries from

website http://www.fusionxlan.com/PHPx64.php
download http://www.fusionxlan.com/PHPx64/php-5.2.5-x64-2007-11-12.zip

Finally download MySQL win64 binaries from

website http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.0.html#winx64
download http://dev.mysql.com/get/Downloads/MySQL-5.0/mysql-noinstall-5.0.51a-winx64.zip/from/http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.mysql.com/

Then configure them to work together. Hopefully one day we'll have a xampp 64 bit version.
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Re: 64 bit XAMPP

Postby bosniamaj » 04. July 2009 14:46

Hello. I've tried this but I have some problems though, it says: "Access denied. Failed to open WinNT service manager". I really don't know what to do, I just got this new computer and it is 64bit, and I badly need apche to work for my website work...

Thanks forwardly.
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Re: 64 bit apache, php and mysql

Postby ldexterldesign » 24. July 2009 10:09

pioneear wrote:You can download Apache win64 bit binaries from

website http://www.blackdot.be/?inc=apache/binaries
download http://www.blackdot.be/download.php?file=httpd/httpd-2.2.8-win64.zip

Then download PHP win64 bit binaries from

website http://www.fusionxlan.com/PHPx64.php
download http://www.fusionxlan.com/PHPx64/php-5.2.5-x64-2007-11-12.zip

Finally download MySQL win64 binaries from

website http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.0.html#winx64
download http://dev.mysql.com/get/Downloads/MySQL-5.0/mysql-noinstall-5.0.51a-winx64.zip/from/http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.mysql.com/

Then configure them to work together. Hopefully one day we'll have a xampp 64 bit version.


'Then configure them to work together. Hopefully one day we'll have a xampp 64 bit version.' - any tips/instructions please?

I'm using XAMPP on Windows Professional X64

Thanks,
L
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Re: 64 bit XAMPP

Postby ldexterldesign » 25. July 2009 05:09

Had to install Windows XP Professional 32-bit in the end. There was no solution to my problem.

Hope this saves the next person a day's worth of hassle. Roll on XAMPP 64-bit.

Thanks,
L
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Re: 64 bit XAMPP

Postby dmphotography » 29. August 2009 12:48

bosniamaj wrote:Hello. I've tried this but I have some problems though, it says: "Access denied. Failed to open WinNT service manager". I really don't know what to do, I just got this new computer and it is 64bit, and I badly need apche to work for my website work...

Thanks forwardly.


If it's Vista 64-bit you're running, XAMPP will work just fine on it. I run XAMPP on my Vista 64-bit PC all of the time for local testing and development and never have had any issues.

As far as XP 64-bit goes, that is as bad of an OS as Windows ME was in my opinion. There's a huge lack of development for it and I never could get it to work right for me. So far Vista 64-bit has been the best choice unless you want to go with Linux, which that's really what you should do.

I would've been there a long time ago if it weren't for the fact Linux sucks at video rendering (for editing) and I can't get my RAID configuration to work in Linux.
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Re: 64 bit XAMPP

Postby Nobbie » 29. August 2009 16:16

dmphotography wrote:I would've been there a long time ago if it weren't for the fact Linux sucks at video rendering (for editing)


In fact, you did not try http://www.openshotvideo.com/ which is based on ffmpeg (the most powerfull video rendering tool box ever)

I dont think "it sucks".
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Re: 64 bit XAMPP

Postby ldexterldesign » 18. September 2009 21:59

dmphotography wrote:
bosniamaj wrote:Hello. I've tried this but I have some problems though, it says: "Access denied. Failed to open WinNT service manager". I really don't know what to do, I just got this new computer and it is 64bit, and I badly need apche to work for my website work...

Thanks forwardly.


If it's Vista 64-bit you're running, XAMPP will work just fine on it. I run XAMPP on my Vista 64-bit PC all of the time for local testing and development and never have had any issues.

As far as XP 64-bit goes, that is as bad of an OS as Windows ME was in my opinion. There's a huge lack of development for it and I never could get it to work right for me. So far Vista 64-bit has been the best choice unless you want to go with Linux, which that's really what you should do.

I would've been there a long time ago if it weren't for the fact Linux sucks at video rendering (for editing) and I can't get my RAID configuration to work in Linux.


Hey, thanks for this info. It's something I have been told since I posted this actually.

I just purchased a Mac, so I think I'll keep my PC-Linux/Vista for coding and the Mac for design-related stuff - seems like a good combo.

Is Ubuntu still the accessible choice for a Linux noob?

Cheers,
L
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Re: 64 bit XAMPP

Postby Axanon » 18. September 2009 23:23

Is Ubuntu still the accessible choice for a Linux noob?


Ubuntu isn't bad, but if you want basic media codecs out of the box go with Linux Mint or Medibuntu. Both Mint and Medi are Ubuntu-based. I've been a fan of Mint for some time now, the community is much nicer and welcoming to new users.
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Re: 64 bit XAMPP

Postby danger89 » 22. May 2010 23:02

Linux Mint 9 is better :)
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Re: 64 bit XAMPP

Postby aanavb » 31. August 2012 02:23

How to run XAMPP on 64-bit Linux
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XAMPP is an easy to install Apache distribution containing MySQL, PHP and Perl. It comes in 32-bit flavor only but it's easy enough to get it running on 64-bit machines.

Step 1: Install XAMPP (in my case LAMPP) as you would.

wget url-to-xampp-version
tar xvfz xampp-linux-1.7.1.tar.gz -C /opt

If you try to start XAMPP, you should see the folllowing error message :

XAMPP is currently only availably as 32 bit application. Please use a 32 bit compatibility library for your system.

Step 2 : Now, the trick is to install the ia32-libs package available on the Ubuntu repositories.

sudo apt-get install ia32-libs

The ia32-libs contains runtime libraries for the ia32/i386

architecture, configured for use on an amd64 or ia64 Debian system running
a 64-bit kernel. In other words, it allows 32-bit codes to run on a 64-bit machine.
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