Starting PHP 5 instead of PHP 4 ?

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Starting PHP 5 instead of PHP 4 ?

Postby Brake6 » 22. January 2006 08:38

Hi
When running the command to start XAMPP, it is started with PHP 4. But how do I do to have PHP 5 started instead?

//Magnus
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Postby PF4 » 22. January 2006 10:07

/Applications/xampp/xamppfiles/mampp php5
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Postby Brake6 » 23. January 2006 07:58

PF4 wrote:/Applications/xampp/mampp php5


Running that in Terminal (as root) I get this:

su: /Applications/xampp/mampp: No such file or directory

Do I need to stop php4 first?

//Magnus
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Postby xakes » 01. February 2006 22:02

Brake6 wrote:
PF4 wrote:/Applications/xampp/mampp php5


Running that in Terminal (as root) I get this:

su: /Applications/xampp/mampp: No such file or directory

Do I need to stop php4 first?

//Magnus


The correct default value in Terminal is:

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/Applications/xampp/xamppfiles/mampp php5


or

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/Applications/xampp/xamppfiles/mampp php4


and for the status (which version is running):

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/Applications/xampp/xamppfiles/mampp phpstatus


:D
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Postby Leon » 02. July 2006 13:27

How do I write a command as root??
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Postby speedlab » 02. July 2006 22:16

in terminal: sudo su
enter your password
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Single command as root

Postby dmuk » 27. November 2006 18:47

You can also do it in one command line to avoid staying in root (never a good idea):

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sudo /Applications/xampp/xamppfiles/mampp phpstatus

You still need to give your password though.

D
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