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crap like fields for your email address, name or home page url. Just simple and plain as a real world guest book.
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This is great. If XAMPP werent there I prolly wouldnt have entered the world of LAMP. Thanks a Ton. If you guys need any assistance in work related to J2EE/Java app integration with the existing XAMPP stack, let me know at [EMAILHIDDEN]
Thanks again. :)
Fri Jun 10 16:49:36 2005
XAMPP 1.4.9 rocks! Byebye wampserver :p
thanks apache friends!
Fri Jun 10 02:18:42 2005
Merci pour cette perfection. J'utilise ce logiciel avec grace et émerveillement. "Ostie que ça va ben!"
Perry - Sherbrooke-Québec-Canada
Wed Jun 8 10:42:58 2005
EXcellent Stuff! I have been using it for over a year, and love it. Saves me hours of time doing it myself.
Hoorn - Netherlands
Tue Jun 7 14:50:03 2005
THANKS FOR THIS WODERFUL SOFTWARE.PLS,KEEP IT UP,MORE GRESSE TO YOUR ELBOWS
PUNCH DATA SYSTEMS ACCRA
Sun Jun 5 20:54:43 2005
Works great on gentoo add that to your success stories.
Sun Jun 5 03:33:11 2005
Thanks for your very good work. Being able to install it anywhere in my PC would be nice but, hey!, so would be having a new car... keep the good work.
Sat Jun 4 04:20:52 2005
I love xampp !
But your windows installer is RUDE BAD PRACTICE crap!
You do NOT force people to use YOUR folder structure!
Coding hard paths is total bad practice! You know it !
If I want to use E:\xampp as the root, I expect to be able to specify it. And not to waste 15 minutes moving files out of your pretencious C:\apache friends\ i like cheese \ xampp \ xampp \ did we say we like cheese yet \ folder structure.
STOP adding Xampp behind the scenes and let the users specify where the thing installs - FFS!
PLEASE do NOT hard code install paths !! It just SUCKS !!
Sat Jun 4 02:07:19 2005
Many thanks to the Apache Friends Team for making such a complete server package that is so easy to install and configure. I needed something to set up quickly and easily so that I could do web portal developement with Macromedia Dreamweaver and PHP and XAMPP did everything I needed it to and more. Thanks again. David, Newport News, Virginia USA
Thu Jun 2 05:59:54 2005
Thu Jun 2 05:52:58 2005
Wed Jun 1 11:44:33 2005
simple and powerfull.
Thanks from Turkey.
Wed Jun 1 10:54:45 2005
Tue May 31 16:10:43 2005
Very useful application, easy to install and use but I had some problems cause I forgot mysql root password and I changed it from mysql ini and there you go... I had to reinstall the whole application at the end. Also the php switch works only in safe mode for me (anyoane any clues? I use winxp sp1).
But it's a very good job and a tremendous amount of work behind it. Keep it up!
PS: the "website girl" is really nice:D
Tue May 31 10:44:20 2005
i'm impressed ... Ideal dev enviroment my WinXP laptop !
Milan from Slovakia
Mon May 30 13:07:50 2005
Very good job, thanks a lot.
Sun May 29 09:33:56 2005
wow, i really like this new bundle, no errors once you read the install file.
Sun May 29 05:27:17 2005
You're windows package are the greatest, a normar pc user like me turned into webserver master in minutes. Keep up the good work...thank you and concratulations for all the team members involved for a the good job done..
Sun May 29 02:14:41 2005
I love you all. This work is such a gift. That said, I have found that the new mysqli classes are not recognized (.13 version). This is the only problem I have found which makes this distro better than 90% of the commercial software out there.
Sat May 28 14:16:11 2005
Best of the best on it category
Thank you to everyone who has made this possible
Good work just don't let us down
Fri May 27 20:35:45 2005
just 2 words: lovin' it.
Fri May 27 16:47:16 2005
Because I'm a Korean, I need a Korean version.
Fri May 27 14:29:13 2005
I love your package, it's really useful
Thu May 26 22:48:47 2005
Thanks for the great service! I had been working for weeks trying to get apache working until I found XAMPP, which had my server running in minutes.
Thu May 26 17:15:23 2005
Thu May 26 17:15:05 2005
Thu May 26 09:24:16 2005
I cannot run code like this on XAMPP
$java = new Java('java.lang.System');
$version = $java->getproperty('java.version');
print "Hello from Java $version!\n";
Can anyone help me?
Tue May 24 02:57:04 2005
Hi i got xampp cuz i read on internet a lot of apachefriens..and i have (i hope) the latest xampp.Also i will like to know if u r looking some people to help or in your team for spanish version i really like to be on this group.
I install and probe xampp on windows xp rpo and home and now i have windows 2003 server enterprice with some plus features and xampp works like a charm.(it wasn`t easy make it work under 2003 server).but :)
I say good bye and c ya later to all apachefriends.
May 23 - 2005
Mon May 23 14:29:08 2005
i hope it will work under my linux system.LeChatNieger
Sat May 21 16:48:42 2005
I love XAMPP! I have been using it for eight months and not even once it has failed to perform well. Also the installation is SUPER-EASY. (Sure my linux box had its share of problems, I keep getting these nasty Segmentation Faults at times to times especially when copying things.. yuck..)
XAMPP however seems to be able to operate as a fully capable and secure HTTP server for something of a public, professional use as well, not only a platform for testing PHP scripts..
Yes, I'm glad I decided to go to XAMPP! And I'm sure I will in the future as well. And then the question in everyone's lips, who is the model in APACHE FRIENDS site! ;-)
Thu May 19 00:51:33 2005
Xampp is the best web server bundle there is, no question. Thanks!
Wed May 18 20:52:25 2005
I really appreciate the effort you have gone through to do this, for I don't have the experience with Unix driven apps to install everything correctly. But if the download is screwed up then all your effort is wasted. Thanks for the try though.
Wed May 18 16:29:09 2005
Hi guys Jesus Bless you a lot, I thank you for this great job, but I'm agree with one mail that has been sent to you, and I hope, you're going to solve this problem.
POSTGRESQL! POSTGRESQL! POSTGRESQL! That is one important software you left out in your package. You may omit the PostgreSQL installation package, but please do not omit configuring php to use PostgreSQL.
Wed May 18 05:35:30 2005
Great Program! I'm constantly linking people to this site from WZ2K.co.uk/forum :)
Wed May 18 00:26:56 2005
Greatest thing since sliced bread. Thanks so much for all your hard work!
Tue May 17 00:49:57 2005
Ik wil jullie allen bedanken voor deze zeer goed opgezette software en hopelijk dat meerdere zullen gebruiken.
In ieder geval raad ik het iedereen aan is niet zo zeer de luiïgheid maar mijn computer heb ik al diverse keren laten crashen en met dit wat heel ergggggggggggggggg tijdbesparend en zeer snel een peuleschilletje eigenlijk dat ik nu eindelijk zover ben om verder te kunnen bestuderen en experimenteren.
Nogmaals dank uit Holland
Mon May 16 22:42:31 2005
Hello Im testing Apache and Php with postgres and triggers
Mon May 16 08:22:43 2005
WOW best system people....thnx for this...
Sat May 14 15:48:45 2005
Thank you for coming up with *ampp. It's one of the best pieces of software out there for rapid deployment of basic web services. I do have some comments which I think will improve *ampps usefulness.
1.-Make the backups work accross platforms. Currently the backup is made as a shellscript, which is not a bad thing but this means the backup doesn't work in non-linux systems and thus the files can't be easily ported from one side to the other. This doesn't even work around unix-like platforms, like linux and MacOSX. A backup from a linux system can't be loaded in macosx (I just realized and because of my assumption I have managed to lose a whole weekend, which is what prompted to make the suggestion, accepting the fact that the error was mine).
Two solutions I can think of here:
A.-Have the lampp program recognize the backup and process it accordingly (it would be, effectively, like moving the inner workings of the .sh's file to the lampp file itself). The advantage is that it could process a backup file from any of the other platforms (as each lampp instance knows about it immediate universe and thus would be able to use the local resources to load up the files and databases).
A.-Give the option of making the backup file-based and not shellscript-based. This means the backup process would spit out a gzipped or zipped file with a copy of the current file structure (and either SQL dumps of the MySQL databases or the file dumps of the file structures). Theoretically the whole "data" directories of a new lampp installation could be overwritten this way and they'd work.
2.-Please re-think the current MacOSX distribution: I know this is still in beta, and I understand you've changed the way this works because of suggestions, so I'll give mine: It's not the "proper" way to dump command-line programs in the /Applications folder, no matter what the people might have suggested. The /Applications folder should have graphical applications. I would also say that the data should be somewhere else but I won't because I rather like the current way lampp is completely self-contained.
I'd have a suggestion:
I suggest based on the fact that the WHOLE of lampp should be contained in the "/Library" folder (especially considering that before soon 90% of the space in it is data, not an application) and should follow the same file structure than the linux and windows versions.
What I'd suggest is either making a prefpane or a MacOSX application (I could offer myself to do this, if it's desired by the devs, at least the app) that controls the lampp executable and launches and stops it, makes sure MacOSX's own services are not running (conflicts), enables 'start on boot' through launchd, starts and stops specific services or enables the different versions, etc.
This application and prefpanes, now, could be either placed or linked outside the /Library/mampp/ directory, as they would reference it anyway.
This is, to my eyes, a more sensible approach that not only makes lampp be more compliant with the MacOSX platform but, as well, makes it easier both for newbie MacOS users to use and more compatible with the other versions of lampp out there.
Sat May 14 03:49:36 2005
Well done - zehr gut - Mnogu dobro
Fri May 13 19:21:15 2005
Fri May 13 03:20:17 2005
wow - this is really slick. so simple & basic. thanks for making it!
Thu May 12 16:20:39 2005
It is the most complete tool that I have ever seen. Great, great job. Now only one step forward to make it perfect XAMPP LINUX DISTRIBUTION.
Wed May 11 03:22:54 2005
i found all what i need in even xampplite! thank you very much...
Tue May 10 10:34:55 2005
What a great bundle!! Am using it for a project at school! No itch whatsoever!
Tue May 10 02:10:30 2005
Mon May 9 23:58:39 2005
Thanks a lot for this. I sent away an e-mail to "Oswald" before I saw the guestbook, sorry about that. Anyway. XAAMP is great when I look for a quick way to setup a testing platform with PHP5.
Best wishes, Pär Axelsson, Sweden
Thu May 5 03:52:28 2005
EXCELLENT PACKAGE!! Now, to take the project ONE STEP FURTHER: A full linux flavor with XAMPP...for those of us who are lazy and just want to download and set up a system with little fuss.
Thanks again for a great package!!
Wed May 4 18:48:25 2005
Congratulations!!! This is the "way to go". IMHO. for open source soft in Macs.
OK, maybe we became lazies at "unnecesaty complicated work".
Can a Dashboard widget be made for controling XAMPP, getting us (non-lazy creatives) forget about terminal? Or, maybe, it is necessary to use an AppleScript application or a full Cocoa one.
Thanks for bringing the Apple's "ease of use" to OSS.
Congrats again and again!
Tue May 3 20:59:05 2005
I have spent more than a month trying to get SSL working with Apache 2.x, PHP, mySQL and Mambo. Today, with your download I got it done in under an hour. Now to close up some permissions and get my SSL certificates. Thank you Thank you.
You folks are incredible! I'm am actually looking forward to the Mac documentation.