nandan wrote:I want to see how Elgg and Oxwall work within the XAMPP framework, which I have installed on my Linux system. How is that random?? Why should I not ask in a XAMPP for Linux forum?
So, consequently - you will repeat all your questions when you are going to install the same software on a webserver, which is not a Xampp server, but a "normal" Apache/MySQL/PHP Server?
nandan wrote:if XAMPP does not currently support these scripts, that's OK, but it is anyway in XAMPP's interest to increase the number and types of scripts it supports, isn't it?
a) you have the wrong understanding, what "Xampp" is. Xampp ist not a product or a software, it is only a distribution/collection of well known standard webserver software. Like Ubuntu is a linux distribution, which contains a number of products, Xampp is a distribution.
b) I dont know it it is Xampp interests to increase the numer of types of it supports, and honestly, I dont think so. The goal of Xampp is NOT the support of any/many scripts, instead Xampp is designed to give users an easy-to-install development(!) environment, where they can test their own scripts without the need to install a hosted webserver. Nothing more.
c) anyway, MY interests are not the interests of Xampp, as I am NOT a Xampp member. I am simply a user as you are. Nothing more. And i try to help Xampp users to solve Xampp problems, what is the goal of this forum. This forum is NOT mentioned for any other third party products, but only for Apache, MySQL, PHP and Perl. And NOT for all scripts in the world, that are designed to run on a webserver.
nandan wrote:I had no reason to insult you,
But you tried. And the reason is, that you have
a) the wrong idea about Xampp
b) the wrong idea about this board
c) the wrong idea about other users
So what did i wrong, than simply to answer your (very straight) question for an installation description? Read your first posting, can you see any hint, that you already read the installation desctiption and had difficulties to understand it? Am i supposed to read your mind??
nandan wrote:Going by your reply, it seems only the "Apache" part of your website is true
It is not my website. Why do do think so??