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Can't use codeigniter from lampp

#1
I'm running ubuntu 18.4 and have installed the last version of lampp and downloaded the codeigniter framework to the opt/lampp/htdocs folder.


From web browser I can access every function of lampp and the welcome page of CI; but I can't access the CI user guide trough the link or via "localhost/CodeIgniter/user_guide"; I just get 404.

Also in another CI project (located in lampp/htdocs) I can access the main page but nothing else, including css files nor anything else.

I have my htdocs and every sub-folder set to my user and permissions for writing and reading.

How can I debug/fix this?
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#2
I'm not sure how lampp works, I use xampp and I have to use my php editor to create a new mapping
to the public_html folder were the index.php file is.

I use PhpStorm so it's easy to create the mapping to it.

It's usually under deployment.
What did you Try? What did you Get? What did you Expect?

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#3
(06-29-2018, 03:05 AM)InsiteFX Wrote: I'm not sure how lampp works, I use xampp and I have to use my php editor to create a new mapping
to the public_html folder were the index.php file is.

I use PhpStorm so it's easy to create the mapping to it.

It's usually under deployment.

For disclosure lampp is xampp for linux.

And where do you add this mapping exactly?
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#4
Why not just install standard Apache, MariaDB, and PHP? As long as it's not working, then you might as well uninstall what you installed and follow a guide:


http://lmgtfy.com/?q=install+apache+mari...untu+18.04
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#5
CodeIgntier, in many regards, is built around lampp. If it isn't workng for you, then good odds you have a configuration issue Sad
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#6
The problem is that on my system with phpStorm if I set the root to the folder name it will throw a 404 error.
If I then add a mapping to the path were index.php is then it will work.

EXAMPLE:

C:\xampp\htdocs\ci3test

That would be the root path to phpStorm but it will throw a 404 like I mentioned.

But if I add a new mapping to phpStorm like this

C:\xampp\htdocs\ci3test\public_html

Then it will work fine.

Maybe this is a phpStorm or other editors problem with the root path not sure.
What did you Try? What did you Get? What did you Expect?

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#7
i met similar problem when i try using codeigniter lastweek for the first time,
in my case it is error403, and i stuck at that for a whole week, i just meet with welcome page in codeigniter today.
i manage to solve it with changing every folder and file owner with root, and make sure every file and folder have permission for others to read.
i hope this can help...
Just a newbie in programming field and english who don't understand complicated stuff.
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