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StartCom issues free signed SSL certificates. You can create and sign your own certificates from any computer with openssl. This is not a programming question and doesn't belong on StackOverflow.


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When you type an URL in a browser, unless you specify the port explicitly, the browser will assume port 80 (unless the path is HTTPS, in which case port 443 is assumed). Technically any URL can be rewritten to include :80 port directive. It is just redundant. On the server side there can only be one service listening at port 80. So, no, you can not have ...


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XAMPP is "Apache, MySQL, PHP (+PHPMyAdmin), Perl" and is just a software bundle containing the basic programs for running a webserver stack. You could find this helpful: http://mina.apache.org/vysper/ which is also by the Apache group. It's an entirely different service (not included in XAMPP) but there's no reason you can't run it on the same server.


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I found out my own answer to my question.... The problem was related to the base_url settings. I correct this problem by switching from: http://localhost/project_folder to http://my_ip/project_folder This was the reason why only resources were loading on my machine and not other machines. Thanks everyone who viewed my question and those who tried to ...


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Given the configuration you describe I'm sort of surprised that you apache is starting. Try configuring your hosts file like this 127.0.0.1 localhost myawesomeproject.com then tidy up your vhosts like this <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "C:\xampp\htdocs" ServerName localhost </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin ...


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I realise this is an old post, but others with the same problem might find the solution useful. After spending ages with various fixes to session.inc.php I finally had a eureka moment and thought to check the PHP session save directory was correct and writeable. Setting NTFS permissions to Everyone on the folder has fixed it for me.. Doh.


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It may have to do with how XAMP is configured with your local server and how routing is setup to send web traffic to your server. It's actually common to see bots scanning your server for vulnerabilities and common scripts such as phpMyAdmin. On linux I would add them to hosts.deny, in apache you can ban them with your .htaccess file. If the attacks are ...


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First; add port to your ServerName < VirtualHost *:80 > DocumentRoot C:/server/htdocs ServerName localhost:80 < /VirtualHost > Second Chance, give a different name to ServerName and add the ServerName to the windows hosts file, this is located in “C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts”. Open the file in Notepad and simply add; ...


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Sadly it is not possible since this is controlled by the browsers. By default browsers will connect to port 80 and anything else needs to be added in the URL. There is 3 solutions I can think of what could work but ultimately it will not work for public users since some coding on the clients machines would need to be changed. Host File Method You could ...


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Are you using SSL? Have you tried to Fix this error by updating the configuration to force close the SSL service? If you edit the file httpd.conf at /xampp/Apache/conf and comment out the line: #LoadModule ssl_module modules/mod_ssl.so Try to Start Apache again and see if it worked. The source of this issue can occasionally be another service listening ...


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You shouldn't have a problem using your working directory as the web root folder since apache2 and subversion are two separate services running each can use the same folder. I normally use rsync to copy from the trunk to web root. Check your permissions and if there's an htaccess file in the WD


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Broadband Outrages It's doable but one of the problems is that home connections are not as reliable or stable as you may think. DNS issues occur very regularly on home broadband as well as other problems, also your IP may change (Dynamic) and this causes all types of problems with domains. Dynamic IP If your IP changes then your going to need a Dyn ...


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How do I set up cPanel so that I can "redirect" subdomain folio.site.com to my other locally hosted website? As you likely already suspect, this wouldn't really be a "redirect", it's pointing a subdomain to an IP address, which is done with an A record. A CNAME would be used to point to a hostname, not an IP address. To do this in cPanel, edit the DNS ...


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I'm sorry to inform you, but your steve-t-green domain loads an Index of / and within it it's your website/ directory. Therefore to access your photo I added that directory in the url like this: http://steve-t-green.com/website/albums/1.jpg Not to mention it's a jpg, not a png. Also, you might want to configure the apache/conf/httpd.conf file and add ...


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I think you'll find the problem is your VirtualHost declaration. Replace: <VirtualHost mydomain.info> <VirtualHost localhost> With: <VirtualHost *:80> You also don't need the ServerAlias lines unless you want to direct multiple domains to the same VirtualHost More info: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/vhosts/name-based.html


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Or, big or here, you could work everything off of FTP. This may or may not provide you with what you need, but your reasoning behind wanting to bring your files/databases to multiple servers on multiple platforms was not explained. Here's an example: At my home I have my Windows PC. At work I have my OS X PC. XAMPP is installed on Windows. I have ...


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First, make sure you have mod_proxy* enabled (there are multiple proxy modules, so enable all of them for simplicity). Then copy this into your main configuration file: <VirtualHost *:80> # Where 'ServerName' is the domain of this site. ServerName joomla-one.domain.org ProxyRequests Off ProxyPreserveHost On ...


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You must Read Apache docs Understand Apache docs Select better-suited module for virtual-hosts for your needs (from at least two) Enable selected module in LoadModule Restart Apache after editing configs


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My ISP optimum online blocks port 25 and port 80 for regular users. They claim lots of viruses and malware are spread on these ports. Spreading propaganda IMO since 99% of websites run on port 80. Well I upgraded to Boost which lets me use those ports. Here are two discussions on Mercury and ISP's blocking port 25 ...


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This may get complicated depending on your ISP. If your ISP hasn't blocked port 80 then it is as simple as making sure that your router forwards all requests on port 80 to your computers internal ip, then just going to whatsmyip.org then having him type in http:// followed by your IP address, then of course followed by the subdirectory of XAMPP. Also, ...


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Often, port 8080 is the remote management port for your router. If you're getting a router login page when you go to your Dyn hostname, I'd suggest changing either the remote management port or the port your webserver runs on. Also, AFAIK Dyn doesn't do port forwarding so accessing http://mydomain.dyndns-ip.com/crypt will use port 80. Why not host your ...


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To check this kind of issue, you can use a website like www.hurl.it. Anyway I see you used Zend Framework to develop the website and I think you have the almost same problem I had (or at least you can solve the same way). Thus, take a look at my question and my answer. It works for me: Redirect error in Google Webmaster Tools report


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You may have error reporting turned off in your php.ini file, and it could be something like a database error causing your pages to blank. I would suggest putting this code into test.php and navigating to it. <?PHP phpinfo(); ?>


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This being not a discussion forum, i'll just answer the question. We cannot be sure that .htaccess has anything to do with the issue you are experiencing, because a 404 error can also depends on other factors. The better thing you can do is to rename it from ".htaccess" to "htaccess.txt", so that it gets disabled, and check again if your site works. My ...



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