How to configure WAMPP so that the web page is showing on client machine

I Have installed WAMPP on windows XP machine and is working fine.
If I type http://localhost/wampp/index.php in IE the WAMPP server home page is coming.
Now the problem is to show the same page on another machine. How to go about it?
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karunamoorthyAuthor Commented:
Hello ahoffmann,
It is working fine. Thanks for your reply.
But in my XP machine now I installed IIS also and I am running ASP scripts for testing purpose.  If I want to run XAMPP server, I have to stop IIS and then start XAMPP server. I like to have both ASP ans php scipts together. How to proceed. I have read somewhere to change the port 80 to something else. But I don't want to change IIS which is listening port 80. I like to change php port instead. Where to change? Please help to proceed further.

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ahoffmannCommented:
> Where to change?
in httpd.conf you have to uncomment and change to ptoper port (i.e. 81)

  Listen 81
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karunamoorthyAuthor Commented:
Hello ahoffmann,
I have changed the line from
listen 80 to listen 8080
in C:\xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf

But if I run XAMPP server, in XAMPP control, instead of starting the following message is coming.


Busy...
Apache started [port 80] message is coming.

Any clue please,
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ahoffmannCommented:
do you have VirtualHosts configured? then they need to be changed accodingly.
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karunamoorthyAuthor Commented:
Hello ahoffmann,
I am a newbie.  I don't know how to configure  VirtualHosts.
Could you please explain the steps how to configure or any url related to this topic.
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ahoffmannCommented:
dou you have any active (not commented out) line in your httpd.conf or any of the files it includes which contains
  VirtualHost

then please post these lines
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ahoffmannCommented:
> .. any url related to this topic ..
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/
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karunamoorthyAuthor Commented:
Hello ahoffmann,
Finally,
My php+Apache  and IIS+ASP is both working simultaneously.
Thanks for your guidance.
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