Locate the configuration file for your website. There are two ways to locate it: Directly from the XAMPP control panel: Using file explorer. The path to the configuration file depends on the folder you chose during setup of XAMPP control panel. You can see the folder of installation when opening the panel. Download the XAMPP installer from 2. Double-click the installer file and follow the instruction to install XAMPP. Double-click the XAMPP icon to open the XAMPP Control Panel. Click Start next to 'Apache' and 'MySQL' to start the local servers. Click Admin next to 'Apache' to open the Apache Dashboard.
WHM 9.9.0 cPanel 9.9.2-R7
RedHat 9 i686 - WHM X v3.1.0
Any suggestions? I am thinking of taking out the /etc/init.d/httpd and mysqld scripts and putting in /etc/init.d/lampp, but I'm worried about cpanel trying to restart the old apache and mysql servers and not the ones form /opt/lampp.
Is there a means for me to address all these things, either by pointing cpanel at the lampp stuff or getting cpanel to forget apache and mysql all together?
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- C: windows system32. then create a folder on 'c: xampp htdocs New Folder' and extract your GzBkCp.rar to your newly created folder. run the installation by accessing that link. Choose whether its Mssql or ODBC.
- Make sure you still see MySQL running on the XAMPP Control Panel, then double click the Bitnami WordPress module to run it as you would a regular software installer. On the first page of the install wizard you’ll be asked to specify the XAMPP install directory, and the field should be correctly pre-populated with C:xampp.