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2 days ago
RiggsFolly
Change all the urls saved in the database. Or, install WordPress after you have made the Virtual Host https capable and using an https qualified url
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4 days ago
RiggsFolly
It must be difficult for Oto, he puts useful a relevant information in the install process (PAGE 1) that says you must upgrade to the latest MSVC runtime to run PHP7.4.4 AND YOU DONT READ IT - PHP 7.2.29 32 & 64 bit - PHP 7.3.16 32 & 64 bit - PHP 7.4.4 32 & 64 bit Require - VC Redist VC 2015-2016 (VS16) 14.25.28508 64bit version 32bit version Install both if y
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7 days ago
RiggsFolly
Oto, Its an output file from a Joomal or maybe WordPress backup utility, it is a zip basically of database + Site. So this person is trying to (I assume) restore a local site from a Akeeba backup. Do you mean the Restore crashes? Or do you mean the site crashes after you have Restored It. Either way its not really a WAMPServer issue !!
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7 days ago
RiggsFolly
Did you create this site as a Virtual Host? You should have done. Do you see the statement Require local That say DONT ALLOW ANY EXTENAL ACCESS TO THIS SITE ( it for your safeyty that we do that) If you want to alloe access from any other ip address you have to change that security I suggest you find out what subnet you want to allow access to and add for example
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8 days ago
RiggsFolly
If you dont want to use mariaDB and prefer to use MySQL Then read ALL of the information that Otomatic gave you on your OTHER QUESTION And read C:\wamp64\instructions_for_use.pdf And read C:\wamp64\instructions_for_use.rtf Oto does his best to communicate with the users, but you do have to look at the information provided
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Please remember, it is not enough to stop the IIS Service, as if that is all you do it will get autostarted again during the next reboot.
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Sorry I made a mistake on my previous suggestion, it should have been `use` and not `user` - Database: `banco_teste` use `banco_teste`; You have to tell MySQL/mariaDB which database to load all this data into
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Then I do not think you have completely disabled IIS
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Depending on the options selected in your EXPORT there may not be a create Database command in the backup file. So, first manually create the database using phpMyAdmin that is easy. Then edit your .sql file and find this line - Database: `banco_teste` And add a `use` like this - Database: `banco_teste` use `banco_teste`;
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
This message `#1044 - Access denied for user "@'localhost' to database 'Logan'` Say that you are attempting to connect to a database WITHOUT A USERID. Guess what, that does not work well
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11 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Are you sure you installed WAMPServer? Please answer all these questions before we proceed READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION Did you try and update `phpMyAdmin` or did you try and update all my Wampserver programs??
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11 days ago
RiggsFolly
Not strictly true, that comment about nothing like this in unix....unless I misunderstood this question and answer
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
If you are attempting to access your WAMPServer's Apache from outside of your local network i.e. from the internet then yes you will have to port forward port 443. You may also need to configure your firewall to allow access via port 443 As to any other help, as we are not clairvoyant and you have not really told us what you have or have not done in any detail, I will await more information
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16 days ago
RiggsFolly
Go to the httpd-vhost.conf file. Use the link in the wampmanager menus wampmanager->Apache->httpd-vhosts.conf In the VirtualHosts you want to allow access for change Require local to Require ip 192.168.1 To allow anyone on your local network access ( assuming your local network is on subnet `192.168.1` At least untill you have a better idea what you are doin
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16 days ago
RiggsFolly
We are not WordPress experts, or even users here. But read this see if it helps
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16 days ago
RiggsFolly
Well now... do you have a folder called `/usr/share/php/` with a file in it called `wp-stack-cache.php` Not likely on a windows system. It seems likely you have installed a WordPres addon when this site was on a Linux server and the addon was not written nicely so it has used and saved a linux folder structure which will never exist on a windows system
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16 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, So WHY are you using `$GLOBALS["baglanti"]` rather than a simple $baglan = new PDO($baglanti,$mysqluser,$mysqlpass);
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16 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Nearly !!! But no Cigar. The command `AllowOverride` is what controls whether Apache will look at and or comply with various .htaccess instructions. As documented in The Apache Manual of all the odd places These instructions Order Deny,Allow Deny from all Allow from 127.0.0.1 localhost ::1 Are irrelevant to the usage of the .htaccess file, and are in fact Apache 2.2 instructio
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16 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, I would have thoygh if you had bothered to find and run the check,exe that you would install what it suggested you install. For reference the wampmanager.exe (the icon in the system tray) used to use VC_2008. And may we do still. So before we go any further, can I suggest that you DO AS SUGGESTED and install ALL versions of the MSVC Runtime for BOTH 32bit and 64bit (assuming you ru
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16 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Step3? Please do not assume we are Joomla experts and know what that is! And also assume we will not install Joomla just to find out !! The phrase Didn't work is supremely unhelpful. It conveys nothing of use to us ! It is always useful to know the answers to these questions, so can you answer them please READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION
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19 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Ok so where is the Virtual Host that defines the site as a secure site? See C:\wamp64\bin\apache\apache2.4.41\conf\extra\httpd-ssl.conf Also have a read of This page I wrote up a few years ago
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
No, the problem was you have installed something that also use port 80. As WAMPServer is a development tool it does not Autostart Apache or MySQL, these are started by the WampManager when you start that, manually. The usual culprit for the port 80 problem is SKYPE, although that is not the only thing that may have already allocated port 80. The real solution is to configure SKYPE or what
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28 days ago
RiggsFolly
Yes, Looks like the same Apache is listening on BOTH 80 and 8080
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28 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Sorry for butting in, but is it possible that you have another Apache installed, because it does look a bit like that?
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29 days ago
RiggsFolly
The wampserver upgrade shoudl not have changed Anything other than the wampserver internal functionality. No other changes are made
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29 days ago
RiggsFolly
WAMPServer will not have anything to do with chages in your site
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30 days ago
RiggsFolly
Go back and look at the same menu again. You should see a new menu item called "WAMPServer Configuration Report"
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30 days ago
RiggsFolly
Look at the bottom of the menu - Right-Click -> Tools -> Create Wampserver configuration report
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30 days ago
RiggsFolly
Look up what `Require local` does in tha Apache documentation. Then change it according to your needs. But only change the `www.sportgoods.com` VH and NOT the `localhost` domain
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Thats a message from Apache (would have been useful information) Is that the only message? The normal thing that causes issues for apache is another app using port 80, I dont suppose you had started SKYPE before starting WAMPServer this morning did you?
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