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    Default running localhost??

    I am trying to run localhost, but am getting the error could not open.

    I have installed apache2 and mysql .

    Also where will I find www folder.

    Please suggest.

    SUSE version 10.3 32 bit

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    Default Re: running localhost??

    the www folder comes under /srv. you must have write permissions to add to it

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    Default Re: running localhost??

    And of course you must start the apache2 and mysql services. You can do this under YaST.

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    Default Re: running localhost??

    Thank you for the reply.

    Under YAST, where is the option of starting Apache and MySQL.

    And how to give write permissions.

    Please suggest

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    Default Re: running localhost??

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    Good luck.





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    > Thank you for the reply.
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    > Under YAST, where is the option of starting Apache and MySQL.
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    > And how to give write permissions.
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    > Please suggest
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    Default Re: running localhost??

    If you want to start, restart and stop apache2 and mysql anytime, open terminal and type

    for apache2:
    sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start
    (to restart or to stop replace start with restart or stop)

    for mysql:
    sudo /etc/init.d/mysql start
    (to restart or to stop replace start with restart or stop)

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    Default Re: running localhost??

    Thank you all for the reply.
    I was able to run localhosta fter I copied a folder into it.
    BUT
    when I opened localhost/formgen/ it show s up blank, where as it is running properly in Windows (with EasyPHP).
    I copied the foldder formgen from the www folder in WinXP and copied the same to the htdocs folder under www under srv

    WHat could be the possible rasona nd the solution.
    Apache and MySQL are both running.

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    Default Re: running localhost??

    Another question.
    How do I access MySQL Administartor?

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    Default Re: running localhost??

    Hi, make sure there is index.html file in /srv/www/

    To access MySQL Administrator install mysql-administrator package and launch it from start menu. (in KDE its in Applications->System)

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    Default Re: running localhost??

    will the index.html file be a blank file, or we need to have some content in it.

    Regarding MySQL Administration, I have already installed it, but am unable to locate it. I am using GNOM display

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