My php or HTML pages wont preview on localhost server?


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I downloaded XAMPP- apache and tomcat. I installed them and both and
MySQL is working fine. The apache service is installed and working
fine with a check for "installed service", but the tomcat service has
a x where should be a check for service working. When I try to load it
as a service I get error the service was not (Un)installed. So think
its in stalled but not sure.
Anyhow, when I try to open .php
files in dreamweaver I get the following error, but for some reason
the path in browser is http://localhost/TMP2m07ki5plg.php and not to
the file v611 where the files are? [Full path should be
C:/Applications/v611]
Not Found
The requested URL
/TMP28usgi5v8o.php was not f
Hi can somebody please advise me on what the problem is with my php
installation, it is installed on Win XP Pro using IIS 5.1, PHP Version
5.2.3 with MySql 5.0.15. IIS is configured with ISAPI filter set to
"C:PHPphp5isapi.dll" and is loaded, mappings is set to ".php" with
executable set as "C:PHPphp5isapi.dll".
I am sure it has to do
with my php.ini file, but I am a first time php user and I have
searched all over the web and can't find any reason for this happening
- this is what displays on my localhost, this is a screenshot of the
portion of the affected page:
This is what is displayed on my
webhost (http://www.000webhost.com) of the same portion of the
Development
I downloaded XAMPP- apache and tomcat. I installed them and both and
MySQL is working fine. The apache service is installed and working
fine with a check for "installed service", but the tomcat service has
a x where should be a check for service working. When I try to load it
as a service I get error the service was not (Un)installed. So think
its in stalled but not sure.
Anyhow, when I try to open .php
files in dreamweaver I get the following error, but for some reason
the path in browser is http://localhost/TMP2m07ki5plg.php and not to
the file v611 where the files are? [Full path should be
C:/Applications/v611]
Not Found
The requested URL
/TMP28usgi5v8o.php was not f
Linux
I'm trying to get this thing working from another app's mini-server -
the app contain a very stripped-down html server, and can be pointed
towards a port - nothing more. Usually, its use is very simple: point
your broswer to http://localhost:port/ and you get the page. />However, when I run this mini-server, I also have (I believe by
default) Apache2 running as a service in my Ubuntu. Which means, as
soon as I go into http://localhost/, it gives me "IT
WORKS!!".
I tried pointing my mini-server towards port
50000, but again, I can't see a thing; it's as though Apache knows
it's not the one serving that page, so it doesn't allow any other
server to output
Ubuntu
Hello ya'll,
I am trying to move my existing web pages that I
have been working on from a Windows XP Testing Server to a Ubuntu
Server edition w/Kubuntu desktop. I have the Apache server running and
have found the /root/var/www/ folder with the test Index.Html and
testing with my browser running Localhost I get the It Works HTML page
so this far we're OK. I then create a folder called it ADWeb and
placed it in the root/var/www/ADWeb I then copied my
existing Web
pages and data into this folder. If I put these in the root/var/www
folder and delete the test Index.Html I can see my web pages starting
with my Index.HTML when I run Localhost in the browser.
Ubuntu
I have apache2 installed on Ubuntu Precise. Right now localhost URL
points to /var/www directory and it works correctly. How do I setup a
redirection to a user folder so that, if for example, the URL
/localhost/~username/ was entered, it would display an html file
stored in a subdirectory of that user? Thank you.
Ubuntu

I have downloaded postgress.app as my localhost for postgresql. I
can connect using java through jdbc, but have had problems connecting
through php. When I run the pg_connect(host=localhost, user = xxx,
password = xxx) I receive the error: Is the server running on host
"localhost" (127.0.0.1) and accepting TCP/IP connections on port
5432?



I have researched this problem pretty thoroughly and tried all of
the suggestions:



1) Uncomment and set listen_addresses = '*' in the postgresql.conf
file



2) Add host all all "YOUR-IP-ADDRESS"
md5
to the bottom of the pg_hba.conf



3) Set tcpip_socket = true in postgresql.conf file (Now been
deprecated)



4) Delete the postmaster.pid file — href="http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22772427/psql-could-not-connect-to-server-connection-refused-is-the-server-running-on-h">psql:
could not connect to server: Connection refused Is the server running
on host "localhost" (::1) and accepting TCP/IP connections
on port 5432?



There has been some discrepancy in exactly what to put in for
"YOUR-IP-ADDRESS" but this title="this text appears when you mouse over">article suggests
using ifconfig to check your IP and then using
192.168.0.0/24.



Even if I change the IP address in the pg_hba.conf file, however,
my error still asks if the IP (127.0.0.1) accepts connections.



A last note: I have tried the method of leaving host blank or
setting the host to a socket path and using a unix domain socket, but
that gave me a whole new set of errors which seemed like a bigger
rabbit hole than solving the TCP/IP.



Any help is much appreciated!

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