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Thread: Start XAMPP with a skript or similar?

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    alias5000 NNTP User

    Default Start XAMPP with a skript or similar?

    Hi folks!
    I'm relativly new to openSUSE and the linux world (using 11.0).

    I've got a copy of XAMPP/LAMPP on my hard disk.
    To start XAMPP I have to type "su /opt/lampp/lampp start" into the console.
    But because of I usually don't need the console when working with XAMPP and webdesign,.. I would like to execute these commands by executing a script or something like that, that is placed on the desktop (KDE 4).

    I tried to create a file (start.sh) in /home/$USER/Desktop with the content "kdesu /opt/lampp/lampp start" but this didn't work. So this guess seems to be wrong.

    Whats the right solution?

    Regards,
    alias5000

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    Default Re: Start XAMPP with a skript or similar?

    Just go to yast > system > runlevel and mark lampp and click enable.
    That way the service will auto when booting

    Geoff
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    alias5000 NNTP User

    Default Re: Start XAMPP with a skript or similar?

    thanks,
    but i don't want to have lampp autostarted, because I don't need it at each session.

    I'm looking for a method to start the program by command (so I would be able to start another program in the same process).
    Is this possible (without writing an own executable)?

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    Default Re: Start XAMPP with a skript or similar?

    alias5000,

    This is what you want: Lampp Panel (SuSE & Debian) KDE-Apps.org

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