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XAMPP on Suse Linux

Describes how to override the default installation of Apache and MySQL in Linux with XAMPP.
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What do you do if you have a lazy no good linux admin that won’t do as he is told and you want him to enable pdo, mod_rewrite and more? Well Linux nerds are a stubborn bunch so don’t bother threatening, pleading or bribing, if the admin in question doesn’t feel like doing as he is told he won’t. That the useless nerd is actually getting paid to do stuff like this is apparently completely irrelevant.

So now you have the option of either trying to get the extensions to work by yourself or simply kill the default install of apache and mysql and override it with xampp. If you choose the latter this tutorial is for you.

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