#677 XAMPP Installation Issue

2.6.0-pl3
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Marc Delisle
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2005-07-12
2005-04-22
Webtramper
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I have installed XAMPP on a Solaris 8 system. I can
bring up the XAMPP splash page and the followmain
page for XAMPP. The links to the left allow me to go to
PhpSQLiteAdmin page listing the contents of my
MySQL database. However, when I attempt to follow
the PHPMyAdmin link, the browser states I do not have
permission to view the page. I am logged in as root on
the machine, the PhpSQLiteAdmin page comes up fine.
Where might I have missed a configuration change to
allow this page to be viewed?

Further info; the directory and the filehave been opened
up completely for R/W/E permissions.

Discussion

  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2005-04-23

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    I think you should ask this to XAMPP support. Anyway, which
    version of XAMPP ?

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2005-04-28

    • assigned_to: nobody --> lem9
     
  • Webtramper
    Webtramper
    2005-04-28

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    The XAMPP site is closed down until 1 May, otherwise I
    wouldn't have attempted to bother you. The XAMPP version
    is Solaris .6.

    I have asked several other individuals as to the possible
    causes, however the only plausible answer I have to date is
    that the Php executable itself may not have rights to the file
    and/or directory.

    As I am currently taking a Trusted Solaris class until the end
    of the week, my ability to answer posts is limited, but I am
    able to view any messages you might have for me.

    Thank you,
    webtramper

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2005-05-01

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    Well, it's not really the PHP executable itself, it's the
    user/group under which the web server is running that must
    have permission to read in the directory where a document or
    application is installed.

     
  • Webtramper
    Webtramper
    2005-05-02

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    The /opt/xampp/phpmyadmin and /opt/xampp/phpsqliteadmin
    are both wide open, i.e., 777. Both directories and
    subordinate directories/files are accessible by root. I am
    running the system as root.

    PHPSQLiteAdmin opens from the XAMPP homepage with no
    errors, reading the MySQL database and presenting the table
    information.

    PHPMyAdmin simply will not open, yet the directory and files
    below that level have the same permissions as
    PHPSQLiteAdmin. I have looked at the httpd.conf for Apache
    and the php.ini file. I am now at a complete loss as to where
    the configuration error lies.

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2005-05-05

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    Maybe this is a browser security settings issue ( IE ?)
    Try with another browser.

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2005-07-12

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    No reply from user -> closed.

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2005-07-12

    • status: open --> closed