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18 days ago
codeslayer2010
RiggsFolly Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All I can say is WHY? > > Leave the localhost where it is. I put everything back the way it was. All folders and files that were originally installed by Wampserver have been moved back. > Suggestion 2: If you want to develop a site and > place its code somewhere else, do so. But create a >
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5 weeks ago
codeslayer2010
I'm running WampServer 3.2.6 64-bit and I modified the virtual host for servername "localhost" to point to a different folder (eh__coding) that was not a subfolder of wamp64/ folder. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "Z:\EHW_CUSTOM\eh__coding" <Directory "Z:\EHW_CUSTOM\eh__coding/"> Options +Ind
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3 months ago
codeslayer2010
Thank you so much @Ottomatic! Installing Wampserver update 3.2.7 MD5 and then updating to Apache 2.4.52 solved it.
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4 months ago
codeslayer2010
I received this error today when trying to run "curl_init()" function. WHAT I'VE ALREADY DONE: * PHP > PHP Extensions > curl is enabled * PHP > php.ini > extension=curl is uncommented But still I get this error which seems to mean cURL isn't installed. Help! P.S.: I noticed this error/warning/message in the config report: "[13-Jan-2022 20:12:10 UTC] PHP
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5 months ago
codeslayer2010
Yikes! I'm good with the PHP programming and MySQL, but it seems like whenever I have a blocker it is something to do with my web server/Apache ... Here is what I"ve done: 1) Downloaded and ran check_vcredist.exe. It said I needed one 2008 redist. 2) Downloaded and unzipped wampserver_all_vc_redist_x86_x64.zip. Installed all the 2008 redists, always 32 bit first, then 64 bit. 3) Down
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5 months ago
codeslayer2010
Otomatic Wrote: > To work properly, the PHP openssl extension > requires the ability to access the dll file > libeay32.dll, or, as of OpenSSL 1.1, > libcrypto-*.dll > For PHP 7.4.26 32bit, it is libcrypto-1_1.dll > For PHP 7.4.26 64bit, it is libcrypto-1_1-x64.dll > and these files are present in the related php > folder. > > I don't see what could be caus
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5 months ago
codeslayer2010
@ottomatic I appreciate your reply however, > Because you launch PhpMyAdmin via Composer and not from Wampmanager or via 'http://localhost/phpmyadmin/' isn't true. I am launching from the link on the localhost dashboard and getting this error about Composer. I don't even have composer installed so I'm not sure why I'm getting that error. I'm not using CLI, I'm just clicking a link on
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5 months ago
codeslayer2010
I was getting PHP debug errors after upgrading Wampserver to use PHP version 7.4, so I could test arrow functions. After researching, I found that updating my phpMyAdmin was required. So I downloaded and installed the Phpmyadmin 5.1.1 file (https://wampserver.aviatechno.net/files/apps/wampserver3_x86_x64_phpmyadmin5.1.1.exe) from Wampserver aviatechno website. After installing the new version
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7 months ago
codeslayer2010
@Otomatic Thanks for your reply. I wasn't sure what parts of Wampserver might become corrupted or unusable if I started messing around with port assignment, so I was hesitant. But, when I changed the MySQL port from 3308 to 3306 everything (MySQL) finally worked, phpMyAdmin finally let me log in, the default DBMS error finally went away, and "Default DBMS" is now showing as "mysql&
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7 months ago
codeslayer2010
Wampserver is installed on my Windows 10 machine and suddenly, at the bottom it says "***No Default DBMS***" with a red caution triangle (as in the screenshot below). In the same left-click window you can clearly see that MySQL is installed and selected as the default. In my research I read some bits about changing the port, but that doesn't seem to be relevant to my situation. The &
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1 year ago
codeslayer2010
manarak Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > hello OP, > > I had a similar issue some months back, it appears > that during updates, Windows removes some > necessary VC++ redistribuable files from your > system without telling or asking you about it. > > run this to check for necessary VC++ files: > > > _vcredist.exe
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1 year ago
codeslayer2010
RiggsFolly Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It looks more and more like this is a Firewall > blocking port 3307/8 which makes it look like the > MySQL server is not started If that is the case, how should I go about testing and fixing it? And since I can login to MySQL command line client and access and perform queries on the databases fine, doesn't
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1 year ago
codeslayer2010
codeslayer2010 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > >Please READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A > QUESTION > > @Otomatic, thanks for the link. I have read that > post before in 2016 (or one with a similar > purpose), but it looks like you have changed some > things since then. I did read that post after your > reply and it looks like
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1 year ago
codeslayer2010
RiggsFolly Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Sorry but you are not telling us anything more > than you did on the StackOverflow question. > ... > It really soulds like you have got the MySQL ports > messed up somehow. But you will have to provice > more informations for us to help. Thanks for your reply @RiggsFolly. I updated the Stack Ov
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1 year ago
codeslayer2010
>Please READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION @Otomatic, thanks for the link. I have read that post before in 2016 (or one with a similar purpose), but it looks like you have changed some things since then. I did read that post after your reply and it looks like it will take me some time to provide a complete set of data for you. I will try to get that done by this weekend.
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1 year ago
codeslayer2010
NOTE: I was unable to find clear instructions in English on how to ensure this is posted on the WampServer English forum. Something appears to have changed about the forum interface. --- I'm using **WAMPServer 3.1.7** on Windows 10 Home 64-Bit. It has been running fine on my system for 4 years. All of a sudden, about a month ago, PhpMyAdmin stopped working. - WAMPServer is running and
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3 years ago
codeslayer2010
I have seen a few posts on this forum with nice formatting, but I have not seen a style guide or cheatsheet anywhere detailing what type of formatting is allowed on here. Here are two examples of nicely formatted posts: Where can these formatting rules be found?
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3 years ago
codeslayer2010
THE ISSUE I'm trying to run Apache 2.4 in a standalone installation with PHP and MySQL, all manually configured alongside my WAMPServer. This means I have two separate servers running side-by-side. I was following a tutorial from 2015 on how to run two apache installs side-by-side on Windows. At a certain point it the instructions on screen didn't match up with what I was seeing on my syste
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