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Old 04-24-2014, 03:11 AM   #1
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how to check if the lampp is up and running?


how to check if the lampp is up and running?

i have activated or in other words installed (through yast) the lammpp in opensuse 13.1
question - how can i check with the terminal if it is running correctly?
 
Old 04-24-2014, 10:33 AM   #2
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how to check if the lampp is up and running?

i have activated or in other words installed (through yast) the lammpp in opensuse 13.1 question - how can i check with the terminal if it is running correctly?
It isn't, given your other TWO THREADS, where you haven't properly configured it yet, acknowledged that you read/understood/tried what you were told, and have re-installed needlessly, thus overwriting the changes (if any), you made.

You check this service the same way you check any OTHER service. Amazingly, if you looked at the openSUSE documentation, you'd find:
http://doc.opensuse.org/products/dra...a.apache2.html

...a how-to on installing/configuring/checking Apache. As you've been asked MANY TIMES, DO SOME RESEARCH OF YOUR OWN FIRST, AND SHOW SOME EFFORT. Asking others to (essentially), look things up for you is VERY lazy.

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Old 04-24-2014, 05:12 PM   #3
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hello dear TBone

first of all - many many thanks for the answer. I am very happy to hear from you.

and you encourage me to do own steps - in APACHE and all Linux-Things and .... last but not least the osmconverse and filter-issues.

that is a very very good idea.

currently i am on holiday and have not enough time nor bandwith to do extensive talks & investigations. But i will do more checks and i sure will digg deeper into all your advices at the weekend. So i expect to get more out of all the Apache-things at the weekend.

then i come back and report more

meanwhile - many many thanks for all your help

greetings say
 
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Yet even after you've been encouraged, asked, and told to show effort of your own, you don't. Stop asking people to spoon feed you answers.
 
  


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