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I just installed MySql 5.1.49, Apache 2.2.16 and PHP 5.3.3 on my Vista Home Basic. I followed the instructions in the "Sam's Teach Yourself", adding:

LoadModule php5_module C:/php/php5apache2_2.dll
PHPIniDir "C:/php/"

and

AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .html

I changed the Listening port to 8080 and the domain is localhost. When I start the server it pops open the window for less than a second and then closes.

What am I missing? Thanks.

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Have you checked logs? –  MrStatic Aug 19 '10 at 2:28
    
Here is what I get: <code> [notice] Parent: Created child process 3956 [notice] Child 3956: Child process is running [Wed Aug 18 22:41:05 2010] [notice] Child 1224: Released the start mutex [Wed Aug 18 22:41:05 2010] [notice] Child 3956: Acquired the start mutex. [Wed Aug 18 22:41:05 2010] [notice] Child 3956: Starting 64 worker threads. [Wed Aug 18 22:41:06 2010] [notice] Child 1224: All worker threads have exited. [Wed Aug 18 22:41:06 2010] [notice] Child 3956: Starting thread to listen on port 8080. [Wed Aug 18 22:41:07 2010] [notice] Child 1224: Child process is exiting </code> –  winarm Aug 19 '10 at 3:43
    
There isn't enough information in the log portion you provide to figure out what's wrong. Increase your LogLevel to debug and append the log lines to your question (so that it's more readable). Alternatively, you can debug apache from the command line: httpd -e debug -X. Paste the output. –  bahamat Jun 27 '11 at 22:51
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It could be running as a service or something, if you try connect to localhost:8080, do you get anything? Alternatively, is apache2.exe running?

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If I use port 80 I receive the message that the port is in use and can't access it or something to that effect. How do I tell if .exe is running? I think it is running because I can select stop from the server command. If I open up the standard "it Works" file, what displays is the HTML code and not the output itself. If I try to access the phpinfo file I created, on localhost/phpinfo.php, I get an error saying the server could not find it. –  winarm Aug 19 '10 at 15:56
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