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    killing my webservers

    I have installed XAMPP, now I want, to make it work properly, to kill my current webserver. How must I do that?

    I am going to kill the current (standard-installed) servers, and after that I will start XAMPP.

    Is it also possible to put in some config that I don't wanna start my standard server anymore?

    many thanks in advance!

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    bump help me ppl, I am quite desperate

    I am using Mandrake 10.0 by the way

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    Linux Engineer jledhead's Avatar
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    Oct 2004
    North Carolina
    not familiar with Mandrake, but if there is a services manager in the menu you can use that to tell a service (apache) to not start on boot.

    also you could delete the init scripts from your run level folders /etc/init.d/ for the particular server you don't want starting, like apache. it couldn't hurt to backup any file before deleting it. then reboot and it shouldn't start.

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