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hey guys

From: user 8.
Sent on: Saturday, November 14, 2009 9:19 PM
Hey guys,

sorry to bother everyone on a weekend, but got stuck at a doubt, which is not symfony, but xampp related and thought that one of you probably experienced this sometime.

So it happens that I am trying to install XAMPP/LAMPP onto my home directory in a shared linux server. I can tar it with ease, and I have the folders in front of me, but, when I try to run the lampp setup, it requires me to sudo into it as the root, which I am not. My admin, is however of the opinion that I can install lampp without root privileges,  by tampering with the httpd.conf file or some other config files.

If anyone has a clue how to resolve this, that will be great! Have had no luck on google nor on the forums so had to resort to this.

Thanks a ton guys!

Parijat kalia! Find the right PC for you.

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