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Adding "WordPress" to Windows Templates, couldn't be easier

Written by Nik Tetteh-Lartey - 31 january 2014

Seen our last blog on creating a Windows 2008 R2 XAMPP server template? If yes, then creating a WordPress blogging server is as easy as just adding an extra package!

What do we do?

After we have created our XAMPP server template we perform two additional steps.

  • Add the WordPress component to the XAMPP stack

  • Update our installation and configuration script
C:\uploads\mysoftware\JREWindows64bit-7.45\jre-7u45-windows-x64.exe /s
C:\uploads\mysoftware\MSVS-2008\vcredist_x64-2008.exe /q:a 
timeout 30
taskkill /F /IM TrustedInstaller.exe
C:\uploads\mysoftware\XAMPP-1.8.3\xampp-win32-1.8.3-2-VC11-installer.exe --mode unattended
timeout 20
timeout 20
  --mode unattended
timeout 20


That's all to it. Just follow the previous XAMPP blogs steps to generate, launch and access your WordPress Windows image.

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Classified in : Technology, Tutorial, Microsoft Windows - Tags : template, windows, uforge, wordpress, php, mysql, perl, XAMPP, apache, tomcat

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