XAMPP Installers and Downloads for Apache Friends

Many people know from their own experience that it is not easy to install an Apache web server and it becomes more difficult if you want to add MariaDB, PHP and Perl. XAMPP’s goal is to build an easy-to-install distribution for developers to enter the Apache world. To make it convenient for developers, XAMPP is configured with all features enabled. In the case of commercial use, take a look at the product licenses, from XAMPP’s point of view, commercial use is also free. There are currently distributions for Windows, Linux and OS X.

The founders

of

our team

, Kai ‘Oswald’ Seidler

Oswald, was one of the original co-founders of Apache Friends. He graduated in 1999 from the Technical University of Berlin with a Diplom-Informatiker degree (equivalent to a master’s degree in Computer Science). In the 90s he created and managed the largest IRCnet server in Germany irc.fu-berlin.de, and co-managed one of the largest anonymous FTP server ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de in the world. From 1993 to 1998 he was a member of the internationally recognized “Projektgruppe Kulturraum Internet”, a Berlin-based research project on network culture and network organization. In 2006, his third book, Das XAMPP-Handbuch, was published by Addison Wesley. From 2009 to 2011, he served as a technology evangelist for web-level products at Sun Microsystems/Oracle.

Kay Vogelgesang

Along with Oswald, Kay co-founded the Apache Friends project in 2002. He currently works as a freelance systems engineer and wrote several books on web technologies such as Apache, MySQL and XAMPP.

Current Maintainers

Beltran Rueda

Beltran is a project manager at Bitnami. He fell in love with open source and Linux from an early age and enjoys playing with web technologies and speaking at developer events. Beltrán graduated from the School of Engineering of Seville with a master’s degree in Telecommunications.

Daniel López Ridruejo

Daniel is co-founder of Bitnami. Previously, he contributed to several open source web infrastructure projects, published several technical books on web technologies, and became a member of the Apache Software Foundation. Daniel graduated from the Seville School of Engineering with a Master’s Degree in Telecommunications and holds a Master’s Degree in Optical Networks from DTU in Denmark.

Previous advisors

  • Paul Hinz
  • Ariane Notenbaum

  • Translations Úr Balázs Hungarian
  • Cristian Militaru Romanian
  • Jarosław Maciejewski Polish
  • Atalay Şahin Turkish
  • Muhammad Adeel Urdu
  • Gregory Raya

Catalan

Security

We want to thank the following people for responsibly reporting vulnerabilities and helping to improve XAMPP.

  • Camilo Galdos (DeepSecurity)
  • Bikash Dash
  • Maximilian Barz
  • Osanda Malith Jayathissa
  • Kamil Sevi
  • Simone Memoli (Toxic Safety Team
  • )

  • Muhammad Talha
  • Khan Vlad Ciornei
  • Minh Nguyen (Sangteamtham
  • )

  • Avinash Kumar Thapa
  • (-Acid)

  • John Page (hyp3rlinx) CongRong(Tr3jer)
  • Kusol Watchara-Apanukorn / Nissana Sirijira-al

Support and Quality Control

  • Benny Stein
  • Christian ‘kleinweby’ Speich
  • Henning ‘boppy’ Bopp
  • Stefan ‘DeepSurfer’ König
  • nemesis

DJ retired

  • DHG
  • PF4
  • Carsten Wiedmann
  • Antivirus Apache-User
  • Kristian W. Marcroft

The

XAMPP License is a compilation of free

software (comparable to a Linux distribution), is free and can be copied for free under the terms of the GNU General Public License. But it is only the compilation of XAMPP that is released under the GPL. Please check each license of the products contained for an overview of what is and is not allowed. In the case of commercial use, take a look at product licenses (especially MySQL), from XAMPP’s point of view, commercial use is also free.

This

program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. (See the GNU General Public License for more details)

The

XAMPP and Apache Friends trademarks are registered trademarks of BitRock. Microsoft, DOS, and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Intel, Pentium, i386, i486 are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. SUN, Sparc are registered trademarks of Oracle, Inc. Apple, Mac and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

All other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective companies.

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