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Thread began 4/29/2010 12:52 pm by rmtoelle346587 | Last modified 4/30/2010 6:50 pm by rmtoelle346587 | 1881 views | 5 replies


it called XAMPP, not WAMP, I AM STUCK NOW!!!!

At the moment there are four XAMPP versions:

* a version for Linux systems (tested for Ubuntu, SuSE, RedHat, Mandrake and Debian),
* a version for Windows 2000, 2003, XP and Vista,
* a beta version for Solaris SPARC (developed and tested under Solaris 8),
* and a beta version for Mac OS X.

So why doesnt XAMPP phpadmin run like it did on my Vista Machine? XAMPP control panel works fine, SQL service runs, then when I click ADMIN it says... NOT FOUND

I really need you big boys to scratch your heads and say what I need to hear..
We are running W2k3 server R2 Standard 32bit OS. The server is being used as an email server, and we host websites on the same server, this should not be a big mystery that you have never seen I wouldnt think. Please help I have put too much time and effort into getting this PowerStore3 up and running to quit and ask for a refund now.

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