jmdirc wrote:I don't think so. But then, why would you want to?
If you don't have administrator privilages - get with your administrator.
Do a search on the net - you might find something to untangle all the possible references to "root" in the Xampp package.
You can always install php, mysql, and Apache seperately. Mysql will ask for your user password, but it will be launched from the preference panel seperately from Apache. Any time you start web sharing you will need the administrator's password anyway unless it is unlocked already.
jmdirc wrote:Just turn it on and leave it on after you start your computer. Sorry couldn't be more help.That is the point, I don't want users are logged in with administrator privileges.I've been looking around the web for some information, but haven't found anything yet, only for databases in mysql(phpmyadmin).
You might have to install php, mysql, and apache on the administrator side and assign user accounts on your computer.
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