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Tekapo
Nervous Wreck (II) Inmate

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Insane since: Aug 2004

posted posted 05-15-2005 16:36

Hi, people. How was your weekend? Mine's gone so fast.
Anyway I get to the point.

My question is:
How can I keep IIS from re-setting port when I use Apache2?

Let me explain what I am saying.

I just installed PHP5 and Apache2 on my laptop which is on Win XP Pro.
I figured out if I run IIS, Apache2 won't run, right?
I changed port of IIS from 80 to 81 cuz Apache2 config file set port 80 for itself.
IIS and Apache2 cannot use same port, right?
I want IIS port whatever but not 80 as default.
I don't want to set and set each time.
Please take me out of this hell....
Many thanx, cheers.

HZR
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: Cold Sweden
Insane since: Jul 2002

posted posted 05-15-2005 17:05
quote:
How can I keep IIS from re-setting port when I use Apache2?


I've never really had this problem, but I've never changed the port for IIS either.
However, maybe it will be easier to let IIS operate on port 80 and change the port for Apache instead. Open up the Apache config, and change the Listen directive to whatever port.

templar654
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: your backyard!
Insane since: Apr 2004

posted posted 05-15-2005 17:09

Hmmm I had this problem before only I didn't care if I had IIS or not as long as I could do some PHP coding!

Your problem on the other hand is a bit different... you it seems want to have both IIS and Apache running on the same system. Now I know it's not possible to have both of them on the same port but I don't think it's even wise to have them both running simultaneously... then again I use XAMPP I could be wrong! I quit all that hardcore PHP, MySQL etc installing and just went for the short cut... XAMPP RULEZ!

Try disabling IIS then enabling Apache perhaps that'll work... again I'm no expert.

HZR
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: Cold Sweden
Insane since: Jul 2002

posted posted 05-15-2005 17:37
quote:
Now I know it's not possible to have both of them on the same port but I don't think it's even wise to have them both running simultaneously


I've had both of them running simultaneously for a long time without any problems.

templar654
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: your backyard!
Insane since: Apr 2004

posted posted 05-15-2005 18:16

oh...

quote:
templar654 said:

then again I use XAMPP I could be wrong...

... again I'm no expert.


I guess that clears things out!

Tekapo
Nervous Wreck (II) Inmate

From:
Insane since: Aug 2004

posted posted 05-17-2005 01:44

Hi, guys. Many thanks for your replies.
Now I am fine with that.
I changed port from 80 to port 8080.
I have to check out what port is though.
Cuz it did not work on 81.
Anyway thanks.

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