Problem with installing XAMPP

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Problem with installing XAMPP

Postby mehdibo » 14. April 2014 20:14

Hi guys,
I'm trying to install XAMPP on my Linux Mint 16 Petra (Mate interface),
But i get an error, thats what I did:
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mehdi@Mintos ~ $ chmod 755 ./Downloads/xampp.run
mehdi@Mintos ~ $ sudo ./Downloads/xampp.run
[sudo] password for mehdi:

Then a installing software appear and i follow the steps,
Suddenly it close without any message and i get this on Terminal:
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unable to alloc 78639686 bytes
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Re: Problem with installing XAMPP

Postby macsathish » 23. May 2014 09:57

Hi there!
Running the xampp installer as root will solve the problem

Activate root login in ubuntu by setting root password.
e.g. sudo passwd root and type your password

in command prompt, type
su - root
and enter your root password

and now go to xampp installer folder and run it as
sudo ./xampp-your-download-version.run

Enjoy :-)
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Re: Problem with installing XAMPP

Postby Cormack » 02. June 2014 17:16

I'm getting a similar problem installing 1.8.3 on SUSE Enterprise (64-bit) on an Amazon EC2 server.

Even after relogging with root, when I run the command:

sudo ./xampp-myversionetc-installer.run

it gets as far as "Please wait while Setup installs XAMPP on your computer.

Then I get:
####unable to realloc 83886080 bytes

I'm very much a linux newbie, so it could be something very obvious that I'm missing. Any help gratefully received!
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Re: Problem with installing XAMPP

Postby Nobbie » 04. June 2014 13:32

Cormack wrote:Then I get:
####unable to realloc 83886080 bytes

I'm very much a linux newbie, so it could be something very obvious that I'm missing. Any help gratefully received!



Maybe your server is simply out of memory?? Thats basically what this message means. We dont know the configuration of your server (and i even dont know how much memory is needed for the installation), but it seems, that there is a bottleneck.
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Re: Problem with installing XAMPP

Postby Z47isthenew42 » 19. June 2014 21:04

I was having the same problem. My web browser had been open, so I closed it, and it worked.
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