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Thread began 9/19/2009 6:35 pm by madelectrical386948 | Last modified 9/20/2009 12:37 pm by madelectrical386948 | 3183 views | 7 replies

madelectrical386948

Thx for the reply.

I need to add that if you do change ports like I did to 8080, you must use
localhost:8080 to start the XAMPP page. I have such a headache from all of this, but I got it working.

Yes, I have read that the security is not really there and it's mostly used as a test server which I want to do to follow all the great WebAssist database movies. I want to learn everything I can.

So my last question for the night, I have XAMPP running. That is good! Now how do I tie the database movies and files I must move to make it work. To follow the instructions and learn how to setup my 1st database.

So do I move my database-elearning folder to my XAMPP directory, under the xampp\htdocs\whatever my site is called. Is this correct?

Thx

Mike

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