You said that your Bitnami stack is accessible in http://localhost:81 That is server name localhost, port 81.
However, you are trying to access http://localhost/test/kickstart.php That is server name localhost, port 80.
I am pretty sure Bitnami's Apache server only listens to one TCP/IP port at a time. Maybe you should try http://localhost:81/test/kickstart.php instead?
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