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Lampp Panel

Lampp Panel is a kommander script that provides a GUI for managing lampp. It can start, stop, and restart lampp as a whole or individually do so for Apache httpd, MySQL, or ProFTPd. It can also reload configurations, check the security of the installation, activate or disable SSL in Apache httpd, switch between PHP 4 and 5, and perform many other functions related to lampp.

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  •  17 Sep 2008 14:40

    Release Notes: The backup function was renewed. You are now asked if you want to back up your lampp. A problem was fixed with the GUI in which Suse 11 doesn't show all panels full sized. The kill button under the Suse tab kills server processes two times.

    •  13 Jun 2008 20:34

      Release Notes: MySQL backup now ask for your password. Backups are now packed as xampp-backup-Date-Time.tar.gz in /opt/lampp/backup. Code cleanup has been done (My Panel no longer freezes under the folder&files tab).

      •  10 Jun 2008 09:13

        Release Notes: A new interface was provided. If run as root, a password is not required. A button was added for integrating Lampp in SUSE's runlevel-editor along with one for removing it. A button was added for killing all Lampp processes. The installer now creates a link in your K-Menu (System>Network). An uninstaller was added.

        •  16 Apr 2008 09:32

          Release Notes: A Lampp start page was added. phpMyAdmin connection was added with and without SSL. Now you can edit "/etc/hosts" from the panel. Lampp status was added, so you can see if lampp is running or not. Lamm backup was added, but it only works if no password is set. A new interface was added. If run with root privileges, no password is needed.

          •  25 Nov 2007 00:20

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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