I just migrate from windows. I install - Suse 11.1, Lampp 1.7.2, Neatbeans 6.7.1 PHP, apache starts with php and mysql, neatbeans starts - all OK, but I can’t correctly install xdebug according instructions at the xdebug site. Thanks!
Are you talking about php5-xdebug?
It is available in the repos: Software.openSUSE.org
Not sure if it will integrate ok since from your post I notice you did install things out of the repo.
If you want / need more help, you might consider giving more information about your setup / install, etc., what errors you get when / what you try to do.
Thanks! I’ll try.
I install from your link php5-xdebug-2.0.5-2.2.i586.rpm (other don’t work with lampp 1.7.2) without installing php5, and manually change php.ini (lampp php.ini I mean) according Setting up xdebug/DBGp for PHP on Debian/Ubuntu | 2bits.com, Inc. - Drupal Development, Customization and Consulting with correct path. After load common updates for opensuse 11.1 - Everything works! Thank you very much!
I’m glad you did sort it out.
I really do not understand why using the xampp if you get the same software from the repos with update / security checks but if it suits you that’s ok.
Even they say on their webpage that is NOT for production servers but for developers - so think about it if you want to use it for serving outside LAN:
As mentioned before, XAMPP is not meant for production use but only for developers in a development environment. The way XAMPP is configured is to be open as possible and allowing the developer anything he/she wants. For development environments this is great but in a production environment it could be fatal.
Here a list of missing security in XAMPP:
- The MySQL administrator (root) has no password.
- The MySQL daemon is accessible via network.
- ProFTPD uses the password “lampp” for user “nobody”.
- PhpMyAdmin is accessible via network.
- Examples are accessible via network.
- MySQL and Apache running under the same user (nobody).
To fix most of the security weaknesses simply call the following command:
It starts a small security check and makes your XAMPP installation quite secure. For example this protects the XAMPP demo pages by a username (‘lampp’) and password combination.
Cheers and good luck.
Thank you for you answer. Exactly for the PHP development I’ll use it - I am new with Linux, and afraid that it will be difficult to me to configure apache+MySQL+PHP+PEAR+… at the first moment. Lampp - compromise for the time ;))