Pages: 12Next
Current Page: 1 of 2
Results 1 - 30 of 44
10 months ago
Claudius
I figured it out. Kind of. I replaced Elgg with HumHub as a test and the HumHub website comes through as normal so the problem is internal to Elgg. And so tomorrow, off on the next step of registering my security certificate. Thank you for your assistance!
Forum: WampServer English
10 months ago
Claudius
You know, thinking about it, that's pretty smart on your part, not following strange links, etc., not so smart on mine. So, here is what I'm trying to do, using WAMP, I am hosting a public website and I am doing pretty good with the attempt. I have WAMP installed and running successfully on a server machine running Win 10 Pro. I have localhost access to the website using Internet Explorer,
Forum: WampServer English
10 months ago
Claudius
Hello I have just about got this web access via the public web beat. It's been a long strange trip. take a look at "; if you would please and tell me why I'm getting the screen that I'm getting. Thank you for your time.
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
OK, I have not figured out this problem. I can get the server to return 403 and 404 errors but I haven't actually connected to my website. Here is hpptd-vhosts.conf # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}/www/"> Options +Indexes +Includ
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
Windows 10 Professional Version 1903 Clean install WAMPServer 3.2.3 Apache 2.4.46 PHP 7.3.21 MySQL 8.0.21 MariaDB 10.5.4 Elgg 3.3.8 ***************************************************************** Hello everyone... I've been struggling and struggling with this public access question. I had a moment of clarity when I had decided that I have installed and configured WAMPSer
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
Here is the current iteration of httpd-vhosts.conf. I get an error saying that I don't have permission to access the page. # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}/www/"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
I'm having a bad time. I'm trying to re-establish public access to my website after I broke WAMPserver3.2.3. Why doesn't this work? # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}/www/"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
I haven't read both of the SSL pages yet, I did read the one you gave me on the other post. I have wampserver reinstalled and used the httpd-vhosts.conf file I posted and I haven't been able to establish public http service yet. I haven't figured out what I did different last time yet. Both times that I broke the wampserver I'm pretty, pretty sure I right clicked on the ssl_module link i
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
OK... Going through httpd-ssl.conf line at a time and doing the research. I uncommented the "#SSLRandomSeed startup file:/dev/random 512 and #SSLRandomSeed startup file:/dev/urandom 512" and the server failed to start. That section of httpd-ssl.conf refers me to the ssl user manual but I didn't find any mention of "random" and "urandom." My guess is that r
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
OK... Here is httpd-vhosts.conf… # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}/www/"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride All Require local </Directory> </VirtualHost> # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerNa
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
Win 10 Pro V.1903 WAMP 3.2.3 Apache 2.4.46 PHP 7.3.21 MySQL 8.0.21 MariaDB 10.5.4 OK, I have followed the tutorial on configuring SSL. I've been through the code and through the code. I can connect on port 80 but not 443. I have port 443 forwarded to my server. The server has a static IP. I have tried to connect on 443 with the windows firewall on and off and I get the same
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
And this I resume is what httpd-vhosts.conf should look like, right? # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}/www/"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride All Require local # Require all granted <
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
OK, I have public http connectivity established. Going to focus now on ssl then we get this show on the road. You're welcome to an account if you want.
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
I'm really struggling with this one. You used a phrase, "installed into localhost" that I misinterpreted, didn't completely understand. I went back and read the installation instructions again a couple times then I installed WAMP64 and I installed the, "redrubberball" file folder under d:/wamp64/www." I worked for the Japanese in the past and have managed a proje
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
Well... I think I've been all over the world on this one. I've tried XAMPP and Tomcat and I can't establish public access on any platform. How can this be do you think? I know that I am in contact with the website because I get details specific to the website with a tag that I don't have permission to access the website.
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
I can't post a screen shot to show you the difference between the screen I get when I use the "connections.dyndns-home.com" address on the server machine and any other client machine. The server machine gives me the intended media site sign in page. Any other client machine gives me this left justified, simple text page with a bunch of blue text hyperlinks that don't seem to work.
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
No, but the situation has changed. I get full access from the server machine using the web address and I get the permission error from any other machine. ******************************************************* # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
Yes, I have 80 and 443 forwarded to the server. The server has a static IP. Thank you so very much for your patience and attention. Best regards...
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
Here is the latest iteration of hpptd-vhosts.conf. I'm still getting the 403 Forbidden error. # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}/www/"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride All # Require all gra
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
The modification to the httpd-vhosts.conf file resulted in a variety of "403 Forbidden" and permissions faults. I get the permissions fault when I try to access the Wampserver forum page via the system tray icon. The following is the edition of httpd-vhosts.conf that I'm running at present: # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName connections.dyndns-home.com
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
OK, I got all that. I'll start with the experimenting and see what happens. And you did anticipate my next question concerning SSL. But anyway, thanks for the help, I appreciate your time.
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
OK, You caught me. The actual domain name is "connections.dyndns-home.com/redrubberball." I wasn't wanting to publish the actual domain name. My intent is to set up a website on the cheap, dark web and all that and specifically for the use of the family in communicating events and photos and the like. I apologize for the confusion.
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
The content of httpd-vhosts.conf is as follows: # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}/www/"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride All Require local </Directory> </VirtualHost> #
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
Hello everyone, it's been years! I'm running Win 10 Pro Version 1909 64 bit, clean install. I'm running the WAMP 64 bit version. All of the runtime libraries installed without issue and the WAMP icon in the system tray is green. Apache 2.4.41. PHP 7.3.12. MariaDB 8.0.18 I followed the bouncing ball through the WAMP installation, WAMP installed without issue. I ran the, &quo
Forum: WampServer English
1 year ago
Claudius
Win 10 Pro, Ver. 1903 - Clean Install WAMP 3.2.3 Apache 2.4.46 PHP 7.3.21 MySQL 8.0.21 MariaDB 10.5.4 I have a domain on DynDNS that directs web traffic to my server. Port forwarding is configured properly in that I get the 403 permissions error page when I attempt web side access to the website that I want to host. The server has a sta
Forum: WampServer English
2 years ago
Claudius
Sorry, I should have been more specific as in is there any preparatory work that needs to be performed before moving the check mark. How much coffee do you drink?
Forum: WampServer English
2 years ago
Claudius
What are the implications of changing the PHP version in the WAMP control panel? What will changing the PHP version do to my running humhub instance?
Forum: WampServer English
3 years ago
Claudius
Otomatic! Youdaman! Fire for effect!
Forum: WampServer English
3 years ago
Claudius
Thank You nk707 and Otomatic for your answers. Please understand my condition. I am disabled and spend my day in a powered recliner and most generally just look out the window and play with fakebook so when I say that I've been working on this problem, suffice it to say that I've been spending a lot of time on the problem. First let me say that these answers that you've given me, I've se
Forum: WampServer English
3 years ago
Claudius
I apologize again, I should have included that the error I'm getting from the machine attempting connection via the public internet is "403 Forbidden" "You don't have permission to access /Foldername on this server."
Forum: WampServer English
Pages: 12Next
Current Page: 1 of 2