Does anybody confgure xdebug with Neatbeans 6.7.1 ?

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:

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 |, 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:

  1. The MySQL administrator (root) has no password.
  2. The MySQL daemon is accessible via network.
  3. ProFTPD uses the password “lampp” for user “nobody”.
  4. PhpMyAdmin is accessible via network.
  5. Examples are accessible via network.
  6. MySQL and Apache running under the same user (nobody).

To fix most of the security weaknesses simply call the following command:

/opt/lampp/lampp security

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 ;))