Safe to delete everything except htdocs and mysql?

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Safe to delete everything except htdocs and mysql?

Postby WareManu » 10. December 2015 22:25

At the screenshot down below you can see the folders XAMPP use, is it safe to delete everything except htdocs and mysql in order to reinstall XAMPP? And will it work to reinstall and then moved the mysql and htdocs content into the new folders? Fast reply would be really great, my website is currently down.

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Re: Safe to delete everything except htdocs and mysql?

Postby Nobbie » 11. December 2015 11:42

WareManu wrote:At the screenshot down below you can see the folders XAMPP use, is it safe to delete everything except htdocs and mysql in order to reinstall XAMPP?


It is not safe, but mostly it works. DO A BACKUP BEFORE IN ANY CASE!!

P.S.: Xampp is not designed for Online Access, for Development only.
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Re: Safe to delete everything except htdocs and mysql?

Postby WareManu » 11. December 2015 15:12

Nobbie wrote:
WareManu wrote:At the screenshot down below you can see the folders XAMPP use, is it safe to delete everything except htdocs and mysql in order to reinstall XAMPP?


It is not safe, but mostly it works. DO A BACKUP BEFORE IN ANY CASE!!

P.S.: Xampp is not designed for Online Access, for Development only.
I tried that, didn't seem to work. When I tried to access the MySQL in the browser when doing that I was refused access. The MySQL seemed to work when I done that, but it didn't support phpmyadmin. Is there a way to fix that? I don't remember the exact error message I got, but I was denied access when going to 127.0.0.1/phpmyadmin and localhost/phpmyadmin. Any ideas?
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Re: Safe to delete everything except htdocs and mysql?

Postby Nobbie » 11. December 2015 15:45

WareManu wrote:Is there a way to fix that? I don't remember the exact error message I got, but I was denied access when going to 127.0.0.1/phpmyadmin and localhost/phpmyadmin. Any ideas?


Without exact error message i have no idea.
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