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2 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, The `mysql_` extension was removed FOREVER from PHP 7.0. So if you are using PHP7.2 that would explain the WordPress error I am not a wordpress expert, but I am sure that WP can be configured to use the mysqli api, and has been able to for many years. Or are you using a very old version of Wordpress? Ifyou are then set WAMPServer to use PHP5.6 with Apache wampmanager-> PHP-
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5 days ago
RiggsFolly
Take a look at FileZilla. They supply a FTP Server. You need a FTP Server running in the PC that you want to FTP TO
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5 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Did you install an FTP Server on the PC that is running WAMPServer, because WAMPServer does not install one for you.
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6 days ago
RiggsFolly
Ok, if its still orange, then we need to know which service is not started. It's Orange is not enought information.
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7 days ago
RiggsFolly
No, you dont need to uninstall. If you see one that is already installed, still run the install and you will be given a repair option if they are truely the same version, take that option.
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7 days ago
RiggsFolly
Then you must look at the Apache error log and if that tells you nothing also look at the Windows Event Viewer for messages from Apache.
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8 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi I think you are confusing programs that are running on your PC that are TALKING to a REMOTE server on 443 and the programs on your PC that should/could be LISTENING on port 443
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8 days ago
RiggsFolly
Oto was describing how the WAMPServer code works out if you have a php fodler on your PATH. And of course PHP is running, the WAMPServer homepage is written in PHP and any time you have WAMPServer started then Apache and threefore PHP as well as MySQL and/or mariaDB is running (runnable)
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Virtual hosts are not complicated. All you do is click the link on the WAMPServer homepage and almost everything is done for you.
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
No automatic retry. You are going to have to come up with a mechanism to serialise access to this file. However this is nto a WAMPServer issue, so I suggest a Google on the subject of serislizing access to a disk file in PHP would be a good idea
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Well that was the correct thing to do.
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
??????????? But MySQL has got NOTHING to do with Microsoft's SQL Server ???????????? So what did you do about the actual error?
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13 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Can you please add the questions and answer to these question As part of your Question, so we know something about your installation please The first problem would be that you are using the NTS (Not Thread Safe) version of that DLL. With WAMPServers configuration you shoudl always use the TS (Thread Safe) version of PHP DLL's Second, a question. Did you actually install all the requi
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13 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, I think that was probably one of my comments. The WAMP Icon is Green This means that all the active services ( Apache/MySQL and maybe mariaDB ) have successfully started. It does not indicate that Apache is configured to accept connections from anywhere other than the machine that is running Apache. By default WAMPServer installs with Apache is configured to ONLY accept connection
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
No! Did you not understand what and how the .htaccess file is used?
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
Ok first try closing SKYPE. The start WAMPServer Does it all work when you do this?
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15 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, This sounds like you have something else that is using port 443. Are you running some other software that could have assigned port 443? Have you uninstalled or disabled IIS for example.
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18 days ago
RiggsFolly
It is. The first thing you should do is TRY IT And, if you don't know how it works, the PHP documentation is very well done, in several languages: file_get_contents RTFM
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20 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi WAMPSevrer does not create the httpd-ssl.conf file for you. Thats all down to you and an extensive look at the Apache manual. NOTE: Syntax Error ServerName www.MYDOMAIN.COM:443 If you look in the apache error log, or in the Event Viewer (for messaged from Apache) you will probably see this mentioned Also wrong ErrorLog "d: /wamp64/bin/apache/apache2.4.33/logs/error
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22 days ago
RiggsFolly
Did you copy your httpd-ssl.conf file and uncomment the include in the bottom of httpd.conf?
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22 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Can you start all question with these questions answered please READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION It would be useful to see your httpd-vhosts.conf file as well. Small Note: If you are using a VH then chnages to the httpd.conf file are irrelevant as the httpd-vhosts.conf file will override those.
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22 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, It looks like you removed the `Require` parameter from the new VH If you want this site visible to all the internet then you need Require all granted
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Then you use a little batch file like this ... see
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Sounds like you forgot activate one of the other required modules, probably one of the socache modules From the top of the httpd-ssl.conf file # Required modules: mod_log_config, mod_setenvif, mod_ssl, # socache_shmcb_module (for default value of SSLSessionCache) Also remember that the httpd-ssl.conf file is not copied forward to the new Apache from the old Apache. This you ha
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, The normal process is to read the Apache manual. But before I attempt to answer your question, have you setup a Virtual Host for the site or sites you want to access over your LAN? If not you should, when you have can you show us your httpd-vhosts.conf file. Start by reading The need for Virtual Hosts
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, You need my little phppath.cmd batch file See This answer But please ignore ANYTHING that suggests putting the php folder on the WINDOWS PATH permanantly !!!
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
The syntax is Require ip 192.168.1
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, The simple answer is YES.
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, I do this, but there are other ways. Start a command window using `Run as Administrator` CD into the folder containing the HOSTS File > cd c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc at the command prompt enter > notepad hosts this will allow you to edit and save the HOSTS file. If you have access to a better editor, which means any other editor use that instead of notepad.
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
This parameter is set in the PHP.INI file. But it is easily set using the wampmanager menus. So left click the wampmanager icon in the system tray -> PHP -> PHP Settings -> memory_limit On the memory_limit menu you will see your current setting, Click that line in the menu and you will be offered a dropdown of preset values, pick a larger one. Then test your script, if
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