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RiggsFolly
Did you do any Mods to your `my.ini` file? If not then I would check that you dont have another `my.ini` or `my.cnf` file on your system, probably in the \Windows folder somewhere The reason for this is the error InnoDB: Unrecognized value O_DIRECT for innodb_flush_method as innodb_flush_method=O_DIRECT is not a valid option on Windows so either you amended `my.ini` incorrectly or M
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3 days ago
RiggsFolly
Read this answer on StackOverflow That describes a simple batch file you can place in a folder that is already on your path. That will allow you to add PHP (any of the versions you may have installed on your WAMPServer) to the path when you open a command windows in order to run PHP CLI. It also incorporates `composer` and `PEAR` if you want it to
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4 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, The "Error c:/wamp64 or PHP on PATH - under the Icon when you click" is a WARNING and not an error. The check that is being made and reported on the WAMPServer homepage can be turned off At Your Own Risk - Right click WampManager Icon -> Wamp Settings -> Do not verify PATH Incorrect format parameter - upon importing database This sounds like a problem with the
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5 days ago
RiggsFolly
That message is just a warning, you can ignore it if you have to. Not got any recent experience of Visual Studio I am afraid, so cannot be much more help with this
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6 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, PLEASE DONT PIGGY BACK ON ANOTHER THREAD -- SPECIALLY WHEN IT IS TOTALLY UNRELATED TO YOUR PROBLEM Start a new thread And start your question with the answers to ALL theses questions please READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION
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6 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Can you answer these questions please, so we know a little more about your installation. READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION
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8 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi A better solution Which allows you to easily swicth between PHP versions rather than locking yourself into one specific version.
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8 days ago
RiggsFolly
The Online/Offline status indication only EVER indicated that Apache would accept connections from either OffLine = local machine only - (for obvious security reasons, and as WAMPServer is primarily a single desk developer tool. Online = connection allowed from any ip address Of course if your router had not been Port Forwarded then even if you were Online you were still only visible to
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11 days ago
RiggsFolly
Would be simpler to just show us the httpd-vhosts.conf file so we can see the results of your attempt to create a new vhost
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11 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, This message Your port 80 is used by a processus with PID = 4 normally means that you have IIS installed on your system. IIS is microsofts web server and so uses port 80 like any other web server. When installed it starts automatically at system boot and therefore grabs port 80, this means that Apache cannot use it as ports cannot be shared, normally. If you are not using IIS
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13 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, All you need to do is create a user account on the MySQL on Server B that is allowed to connect from Server A Then in your PHP code on Server A you use the ip address of Server B instead if localhost in the connection call. You do not want to change anything in vhosts.conf as that is to do with APache and not MySQL
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, But then you would not be able to sit at a command prompt and test a script against 3/4/5/6 different versions of PHP with a flick of the wrist
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Right, well as you have no domain specified listening on port 80, only the one listening on 443 (https)
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi If you have NO Virtual Hosts defined then how are you expecting to access `http s://twinery.org/`
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Sorry, we are here to help people with problems they are having with WAMPServer. We are not here to advise on anything else.
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18 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, What version of WAMPServer are you using please, and can you answer all these questions as well so we know what we are dealing with here READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION
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18 days ago
RiggsFolly
Ok, Lets see your httpd-vhost.conf file and your httpd-ssl.conf It sounds like you have made a mistake in one of them.
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20 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Thanks. First, what happened to your `localhost` virtual host? That should remain in place so you can still access the WAMPSverer homepage from the PC Running WAMPServer. It can be useful when tracing issues. Ok, one of your problems is the use of `.dev` as the TLD in the domain name. Google bought ALL of the new `.dev` domain, so their browsers will force the lookup to be on the i
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20 days ago
RiggsFolly
If you had been keeping up with Google and Chrome, they are trying to encourage the universe to move to ssl for every site See a google search on "chrome and unsecure sites" Basically it is Chrome trying to protect you from yourself.
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21 days ago
RiggsFolly
If I ping your domain I also get nothing but timeouts. Something somewhere is not allowing things through to your Apache. Check Router: - Port 80 and 443 is open - Port forwarding of port 80 and 443 is also setup correctly Your WAMPServer PC: - Has a static IP Address and is the one used on the port forwarding - Your firewall is setup to allow incoming to 80 and 443
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21 days ago
RiggsFolly
Did you open up port 443 in your router?
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21 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Please read and answer these question so we know what versions of things you are using Read and Answer before you ask a question Also you may find this post THE NEED for VIRTUAL HOSTS as useful read.
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22 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, First did you create a Virtual Host before installing WordPress, see The need for Virtual Hosts If you didn't, you should do that first. If you did please show us your httpd-vhosts.conf file.
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
Sorry now I am even more confused
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
Sounds like something changed, but you are not telling us what! However we strongly recommend that WordPress sites are install into a Virtual Host, if you did not do that, then we dont support you. We are not WordPress experts anyway.
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
Ok so these are 2 different issues. 1. You should not have PHP on the Windows PATH. WAMPServer does not need it or want it. 2. Orange icon tells you that one of the services (Apache or MySQL or mariaD has not started. Look at the wampmanager menu and see which service is allowing you to START it, that is the service that is having a problem. To be honest it sounds like you have tried
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
Please dont hijack an existing thread, specially if it has nothing to do with your problem. Please start a NEW THREAD and READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi First WP test sites shoudl always be installed in a Virtual Host see THE NEED for VIRTUAL HOSTS So show us your httpd-vhosts.conf file please
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27 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, 1. Great. 2. The `skip-grant-tables` is commented out in the release. Did you mess with `my.ini` before you had this issue? 3. WAMPServer calls its version of MySQL `wampmysqld64` or `wampmysqld` SO my guess is you had installed a verison of MySQL manually (not as part of the WAMPServer install). This could explain issue in (2), I would suggest you uninstall it! 4. Yes thats corre
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