I have IIS installed on my development machine and wanted to install XAMPP (Apache, MySQL, PHP, etc...). I did get everything installed and now I here I have to change the Apache port to 8080. I tried changing the "listen" line in the "httpd.conf" file and when I tried to start Apache it ran for a few seconds and stopped. I changed the values in the .conf file back and turned of IIS and Apache started and is running fine.
I am also wondering if I can change the port number for IIS instead of Apache since I will be using PHP much more often than IIS and ASP? I just hate having to add the port number all the time... any help is appreciated. I need to get this resolved quickly.
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