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5 weeks ago
abdul1
Not quite, your missing the point but thanks for the help.
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5 weeks ago
abdul1
I have resolved the problem, 1- I made an install on localhost 2- Copied the wp_config,php file into the directory of my virtual host 3- Created a new database with phpmyadmin 4- Edited the wp_config.php file to point to the new database 5- Reloaded the the browser and the installation process began The problem was that running a site under virtual host you can not install WP as you wo
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5 weeks ago
abdul1
I have completely removed WAMP and Wordpress, have downloaded a new copy, set everything up again as before and I get the same problem, 'error unable to establish database connection’, can anyone offer any suggestions please?
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5 weeks ago
abdul1
I have ched through resource manager if the port are restricted and it shows that they are not, so seems that mysql is fine. Thanks
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5 weeks ago
abdul1
Problem is that, wp_config.php is created when wordpress is installed which I can not do because as soon as I hit the url to point to the virtual host, I get ‘error unable to establish database connection’, I can not run the wordpress install process. I have downloaded a clean copy of WP and run resolved the URL, I get the same problem every time. I wonder if it is to do with network ports b
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5 weeks ago
abdul1
I edited the path to the directory (obviously included a typo because of my dyslexia) , I have copied the vhost.conf file verbatim below, # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}/www/"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews
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5 weeks ago
abdul1
Hello, Thank you for offering to help and sorry for the delay in responding, here is the vhost.conf data: # Virtual Hosts # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost DocumentRoot "${INSTALL_DIR}/www" <Directory "${INSTALL_DIR}/www/"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride All Requi
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6 weeks ago
abdul1
Yes I read the document and I have explained the process above, however the issue is no longer about moving wordpress, it’s about WordPress not installing on the virtual host. As I say, I have completely removed wamp and word press and reinstalled several times. Initially WordPress installed fine in the virtual host but now doesn’t . Every time I try to access WordPress to begin the install
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6 weeks ago
abdul1
I have a working WordPress site hosted on an external server but I want to test some of the plugins so I want to host it locally in my PC. 1- installed wamp server then installed WordPress on localhost and on virtual host. 2- Backed up the database on hosted site using wp-db plug-in, have followed the guides, changed the php.config file parameters to have the database prefixes to match. 3-
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6 weeks ago
abdul1
I installed wamp 3.1.9 on windows 10, I setup a local and virtualhost with a wordpress install and it all worked fine. I then tried to copy a hosted site to my wamp virtual host which again was fine but when I moved the database I got an error. So I uninstalled wamp, removed all traces of it and reinstalled it, I installed wordpress on localhost which worked but it is not working on virtual
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