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Autostart Apache and MySQL

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Hello,

 

I am looking for a way to change a config file or even create a batch file that will autostart Apache and MySQL instead of having to open Start_as_program and click the button that says "Start Both". Sorry if this has been stated somewhere already, but I have been unable to find it.

 

Also, I tried creating a batch file that runs Start_as_program and then runs the start-apache.bat/start-mysql.bat files and it comes up with port errors.

 

Any help would be great! =]

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Check out the alt_diag subdirectory. That contains all the batch files you need, plus instructions about using them.

Regards,

BobS

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Check out the alt_diag subdirectory. That contains all the batch files you need, plus instructions about using them.

Regards,

BobS

 

Thanks for the reply. I took a look at what you said, however it is not working for me. Below are the steps I took, if there is something I am doing wrong or something else you can think of to try please let me know.

 

Uniform Server 8.7.2

1) Fresh install to a folder on my desktop (c:\users\name\Desktop\webfolder)

2) Run Start_as_program to load all correct paths

3) Close Start_as_program

4) Run self created batch script

cd "%userprofile%\Desktop\webfolder\alt_diag\run_as_program"
start start_apache.bat
start start_mysql.bat
start iexplore http://localhost

 

Both windows come up saying "Starting Apache/MySQL Server. Apache/MySQL Server started. Press any key to continue." IE launches but the website is not able to be displayed (this is the same result as when I execute the batch files manually as well). When I open Run_as_program and start both there, the website launches properly.

 

Am I missing something? Do I need to run more than just those two batch files in alt_diag?

 

Thank you in advance for any help!

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