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run sh file in solaris

mattibutt
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hi
i have been using solaris for the first time i want to run the xampp but when i click on the sh file it doesnt let me run it it asks for associated file i dont know how to run sh file in the solaris please advice
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Top Expert 2009

Commented:
normaly in linux

to run a ssh file you need to give the script execte permssion by

chmod +x file.sh

then

./file.sh

it shold run the script
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Top Expert 2007

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can you elaborate more on the problem? what interface do you use? are you running graphical interface?

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hi
i am running th graphic interface on vmwaRE ITS INSTALLED AS A VIRTUAL SOLARIS I ACTUALLY MANAGE TO RUN IT BUT THE PROBLEM WAS THE XAMPP I WAS TRYING TO INSTALL CAUGHT CHECKSUM ERROR NOW I REALISE THERE IS APACHE VERSION IS ALREADY INSTALLED INSIDE THE SOLARIS 10
NEED TO DO TWO MORE THINGS INSTALL PHP AND MYSQL
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Top Expert 2007

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If you manage to run a terminal window then you get a shell window from which you can run commands e.g. to install s/w.

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hi
i only see one terminal is there another command line interface in the solaris or its only this i have enabled apache its working fine i need to install php and mysql now any idea how to install php on solaris?
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hi buddy
i ran the php command it has installed but it doesnt seem to be working when i tested it i dont understand how to access apache configuration file in solaris the http.conf file where is that?
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Top Expert 2007

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Sorry, but I am not familiar with apache, but you can try with

find / -name http.conf

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i found the file but i guess i have to find a way t configure it

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thanks buddy
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