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I'm trying to follow the steps but I can't make it work:

I have finished: Step 1 and 2

And I'm stuck at Step 3: Start

Here is a screenshot about the problems and what I did so far:


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Since you didn't install in /opt you need to edit the ~Desktop/lampp/lampp script and tell it that it's in a non-standard location. I'm just looking at that file now in my lampp test machine and you need to find all instances of /opt/lampp and replace them with your installation location. That file could benefit from a little variable use so you don't have to make 50+ edits all over the place.

Optionally, move ~/Desktop/lampp to /opt/lampp and it'll "just work".

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Hey thanks!! It works but I still have a problem, everything start outside of MySQL :(, check out the screenshot – Adam Sep 17 '10 at 22:06
@CIRK: You need to install myqsl. Run sudo aptitude install mysql-client mysql-server. – Gilles Sep 17 '10 at 22:12
Hey I fixed it!! Thanks very much for you help! – Adam Sep 17 '10 at 22:13
@Giles: LAMPP includes MySQL in the bundle. You don't need to install it as a separate package. – Ian C. Sep 17 '10 at 23:41

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