Lampp on CD / Hardisk install

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Lampp on CD / Hardisk install

Postby Repute » 22. May 2004 16:24

How do I make an clean install damnsmalllinux with lampp to an harddisk so I can use it witout CD?

Is there a description?

Let me know please :lol:

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Postby quizzmaster » 22. May 2004 17:21

You want to install the CD Version on harddisk?

Don't you have Windows or Linux?

For Windows or Linux there is a Package to download here.
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Postby Repute » 22. May 2004 18:13

Yes I want to install the lampp on CD version to the hard disk.
I have fedora core 1 installed now but I want a clean simple to install linux disto that runs smooth en quick fedora isnt ;) The lampp on CD is!

So how do I install that version please help me :D
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Postby quizzmaster » 22. May 2004 20:48

How would you do this?

Install an image to harddisk?

When fedora isn't fast enough for you install another distribution.

My SuSE Linux 9.0 is fast enough.

There is no possibility to install the XAMPP on CD to harddisk, because it was made to boot from CD not from harddisk.
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Postby Repute » 22. May 2004 21:06

Ok I get it did some research 2 now I going to try to install freebsd :D

Thnx for your helping hand!
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Postby Wiedmann » 22. May 2004 21:21

Hi Repute,

You can install a Debian GNU/Linux. Only the core system without additional packets.

Then install XAMPP, and thats it....

Or, with apt-get (tasksel --> Webserver) only the packets for Apache, PHP,Perl and MYSQL
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Postby BlueOrb » 01. July 2004 00:26

hi,
i have found that XAMPP works very, very well with the Core Linux Distro
it is an extremely small distro that requires you to build it from scratch. Just take a look at http://tonywhitmore.co.uk/core/index.html for a guide if you are not up to figuring it out yourself, and download it from coredistro.sf.net
about the fastest youre gonna get, but if you want a gui... that can get complicated :?
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