Apache Installation Tutorial For Windows XP Professional

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How to install, configure, and verify the installation of an Apache Web Server for Windows XP Professional. www.webdevclips.com

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25 Responses to “Apache Installation Tutorial For Windows XP Professional”

  1. Magiccat179 Says:

    Loved the video. Very clear and well spoken. All of the mystery of building a web server has been unveiled for me.

  2. dumbengr Says:

    Well dOne

  3. kiran7600 Says:

    thank yu very much…

  4. qazwsxedcrfvg123 Says:

    thanks for the video and explanations

  5. iamirshadhussain Says:

    how do i fix the 500-internal server error.

  6. MoskowFreak1111 Says:

    I ♥ ur accent :)))))

  7. simplywine00 Says:

    excellent tutorial, thank you very much!

  8. juthawong Says:

    @venomguy123456 yea I want to know too

  9. venomguy123456 Says:

    how do you change the domain name?

  10. shahrzad70 Says:

    what is your computer configuration?

  11. casperblackcat1975 Says:

    Awesome tutorial but I was just wanting to know once I set this up dose this mean I’ll be surfing the net on my own server?.

  12. KFProduction1 Says:

    Great job Bruv!! very clear and simple

  13. judenihal Says:

    Hey dguzman144, very good explanation. Your accent is very unique, but your explanation is very good. I also like how your microphone has an accoustic echo as well when you talk.

    Now, I have a question. I currently use IIS and I can create Virtual Directories. Do you know how to create them in Apache?

    Anyways, 5 stars.

  14. raaandoms Says:

    Could someone shed some light on this?
    I’ve installed apache and it all works, except when i try to access it through a browser. I decided to troubleshoot using netstat, and it revealed that apache was not even accessing the network, and furthermore the port was not even in use.

    I have ZoneAlarm, but I have allowed it to access the internet fully, and I have tried and installed Zope and XAMPP, which both worked. I’m on XP pro, and any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks!

  15. daveyv12345 Says:

    Yes, but i have insert the wrong IP.

    So, what IP i need to insert? Thanks!

  16. raaandoms Says:

    have you bought a domain name? you have to do that first

  17. GoDiMoNsTeR Says:

    great video man!! really helpfull, I hope you got more comming

  18. HugoVersace Says:

    thanks a lot!
    without this video tutorial it would’ve been much harder for me

  19. UndeadCircus Says:

    “i in stall it in vista home premium” – That’s your problem, dude. This video is for Windows XP Professional, no vista.

  20. massiveBrains Says:

    thanks a lot!!! nice and simple

  21. brixtondawg Says:

    hey there, great tutorial. i followed the instruction and worked well up until entering ‘localhost’ and nothing happend.
    By the way, i install it in Vista Home Premium.

  22. ciphasublime Says:

    Great tutorial Bro!

    Just one question. Im trying to test php pages on my computer via Dreamweaver.

    HOw do I specify the local testing server which will allow me to preview mysql database info and php pages?

    thanks in advanced

  23. luisevidal Says:

    Great video, dguzman1. Very clear and straightforward.

  24. daveyv12345 Says:

    Dear dguzzman,

    I have installed Apache, but
    i typed localhost , and it works, so..
    I want a domainname, so what i need to type? My ip is 213.46.44.115 ,
    so what now? PLEASE HELP!!!

    Tnx, Davey

  25. dguzman1 Says:

    1. Click on start
    2. Go to the Control Panel Option
    3. Click on the Add/Remove Programs icon
    4. Locate the Apache Web Server software
    5. And click on the uninstall option

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