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16 years ago
melban
I don't know if it is me running XP or what but I had to use net stop wampapache net start wampapache
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16 years ago
melban
I'm developing a script to rotate logs and I'm having trouble restarting apache with a batch job and the following does not seem to do the trick. Can someone provide some incite? services wampapache restart
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16 years ago
melban
Is your machine running IIS also? If you have 2 web servers up on port 80 then 1 of them will not start.
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16 years ago
melban
Only reason I've seen localhost not work is if you are using a proxy for some reason. it tries to force it through the proxy server and the proxy server can't resolve the name or doesn't have a web server on the machine to give you back any page. you can check the hosts file entry by open up the hosts file in notepad. There should be an entry like below. c:/windows/system32/drivers/etc/hosts
Forum: WampServer English
16 years ago
melban
How much post data are you sending the script? I don't know what the default is but I've changed my php.ini file to show the below which is 8MB. Restart apache after making the change. post_max_size = 8M
Forum: WampServer English
16 years ago
melban
If you'll navigate the windows and folders below youll get to the "Default Web Site" right click on it and hit stop. Restart wamp apache service and it should start. If you want to stop this permintly goto services and select the "World Wide Publishing service" to disabled. Control Panel -> Computer Management -> Services and Applications --> Internet Information Se
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16 years ago
melban
After doing a fresh install and putting "PHPIniDir "c:/wamp/Apache2/bin"" in my httpd.conf file these are now working. Before doing this hanges to php.ini were not taking effect.
Forum: WampServer English
16 years ago
melban
I've come upon many extensions that have dll files on my wamp server but I keep running into dll's that aren't working. most recently I've been trying to us APC and PDO and neither work. I've done many of the suggestions that people online have said to do with no luck. Is there any reason when I uncomment php_pdo.dll it is not working on my system. Same for php_apc.dll
Forum: WampServer English
16 years ago
melban
I was able to get mine to work but doing this. I also in the past have had my apache service startup using an actual account instead of the default so it would take along my network access. DocumentRoot "//nppiint001/dell$/wamp/www"
Forum: WampServer English
17 years ago
melban
That is one work around if you have the 10x client but for those of you who don't the PHP4x thing might get your around the issue. I still however would love a fix for this if anyone ever runs across it.
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17 years ago
melban
Server1: Wamp 1.4.3 running PHP 5.0.3 Server2: Wamp 1.6.4 running PHP 5.1.4 with 4.4.2 I have Server 1 setup and running 100's of script that pull from an Oracle database using the 9i client installation on my server. The problem comes when I installed Server 2 and non of those scripts work now. I keep getting the error message below. On a whim I installed the PHP4 patch and when I switch to
Forum: WampServer English
17 years ago
melban
One thing I always have to do when using CGI on any windows web server. You need to change the perl past on the first line of your script. Change the /user/bin/perl to c:/wamp/perl/bin/perl.exe for example
Forum: WampServer English
17 years ago
melban
I think there is a printenv.pl already in the cgi-bin wamp/apache2/cgi-bin/ folder. You can hit that script via the url below. This issued an error on my machines but still hit the script.
Forum: WampServer English
17 years ago
melban
My guess is that you have IIS installed and that is what you are hitting. Verify that IIS is not installed or change either Apache or IIS to use different IPs or ports.
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17 years ago
melban
[85.145.229.45] is probably the admin interface into your router
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17 years ago
melban
I had a very large file (455mb) that I had someone on my WAN download off my WAMP installation. I looked over and it was transferring at about 30-40 kbs. I put it under my IIS directory and had the same person download and it went at what I would consider a good speed of 250kbs. Anyone have any ideas why my Apache/WAMP would have such a slow transfer speed ?
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17 years ago
melban
For anyone who can't translate the french what you need to do is copy the wamp/apache2/bin/php.ini file to wamp/php/php.ini
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