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RiggsFolly
Hi, sorry but this is not a coding assistance site, this site is for people having issues getting wampserver running.I might suggest that you update to the latest version of wampserver which is 3.1.0 you can find a link to the updates if you read the wampserver all you need to know page that you can find on the forum menu. It is also very very difficult to debug code that we cannot see, in fact a
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4 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Which file did you delete?
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5 days ago
RiggsFolly
Please check in the mysql error log It sounds like mysql cannot restart/recover a database corruption
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8 days ago
RiggsFolly
Edit httpd-vhosts.conf use the menus to edit this file Apache->httpd-vhost.conf Find your Virtual Host in that file and amend this line from Require local To Require all granted
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Please bear in mind that WAMPServer is primarily a development tool and NOT intended to be used to run live sites. You can do that but you do so at your own risk.
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Sorry but this forum is for php coding issues. I would suggest that you start by looking at your error logs `\wamp\log\....` If you are using PHP7 the problem is obvious because the `mysql_` api does not exist in PHP7, but you do not give us any useful information to go on. For future reference, we need this information at the start of any question so we know a little about your e
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Start by reading this post THE NEED for VIRTUAL HOSTS Then look at `portforwarding.com`, they may even have instruction for your exact router if you are lucky, but they will definitely explain to you what Port Forwarding is..
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9 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Johny But it does not work That's not really a useful description of the problems you are having. Unfortunately noone here is clairvoyant. Start by looking at error logs.
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi All the same rule apply except that now you need to look at `\wamp\bin\apache\apache2.4.xx\conf\extra\httpd-vhosts.cnf` Of course you should create a Virtual Host for each of your sites Also a little more information about what you have done would help! And you should also know that running a live server from a Windows Desktop OS is not a sensible idea as therer is a limit to the
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
Please start a new thread, this one is at least 3 years old. Start your question by answering ALL these questions READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Then the issue is in the code in your login page
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Have you checked the windows event viewer for more information about Apache not starting?
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10 days ago
RiggsFolly
OK, So can you show us your `httpd-vhosts.conf` file and your HOSTS file please. Also always include the complete error message and not a summary of it. Thanks
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11 days ago
RiggsFolly
Did you add your new ServerName to the hosts file before resetting the DNS Cache? So if your server name is for example example.com then you hosts file should contain 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.0.1 example.com ::1 localhost ::1 example.com
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12 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Start by reading the post above yours. Its a sticky post called THE NEED for VIRTUAL HOSTS
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17 days ago
RiggsFolly
Yes, there is a search function of this site! But failing that please try this How TO How to Configure WAMPServer to use HTTPS SSL
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17 days ago
RiggsFolly
Turn on DEBUG in phpMailer. This site is not for issues with anything other than WAMPServer. Try StackOverflow
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18 days ago
RiggsFolly
So, are you using the same version of PHP that you were before? Are you using a compatible version of PHP for your version of Drupal? Is there anything useful in the error logs? This seems like a Drupal issue rather than anything to do with WAMPServer.
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18 days ago
RiggsFolly
So are you using phpMailer or something similiar? As far as I know you cannot send mail from any WAMPServer version without some sort of library assistance!
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi wendrem Its really difficult to diagnose (without any real information) why your jobs are taking so long. There is only one way to improve things and that is to work out what it is that is taking the largest amount of time to process. Throwing a 2G memory limit at PHP is very unlikely to solve anything. So basically until you can identify where the bottle neck is we cannot help you.
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27 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi You are trying to install WAMPServer onto which Operating system? Please read WAMPServer 3 All you need to know The latest release of WAMPServer is 3.0.1 and can be found here
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27 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi There are no special tricks. But you will have to make sure that you have ALL the MSVC Runtimes installed. See Troubleshooting tips specifically point 20 but do read the whole document. If Windows Server 2012 is 64 bit, you will need BOTH the 32bit and 64bit MSVC runtimes installed. Have you done this?
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29 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Please tell us how we are supposed to help you remotely with almost zero information?
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30 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi I would probably start by checking the `Require` in the virtual machine is set to something like `Require all granted` if you want the universe to be able to see your site
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Because Apache finds you Virutal Host by matching the domain name used in the url to the ServerName you have to call it as `site2` from the other PC's Now of course the problem is that the other PC's dont know anything about `site2` So to get round this you can change the HOSTS file on the PC's that want to be able to use `site2` to point to the PC running WAMPServer (Apache). So as
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, All I can say is We are not clairvoyant and we are not looking over your shoulder This question has nowhere near enough information for us to do anything other than ignore it. You might like to read this post and try to ask a question we have a chance of answering
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Do you mean you put your file in the c:\wamp\www\index.html folder? If so DONT. Make a sub folder like C:\wamp\www\project1 and put your site in there. To do it properly read The need for Virtual Hosts and create a virtual host pointing at your C:\wamp\www\project1 folder
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Larry Windows does not have a Mail Server installed by default, this is why the PHP `mail()` function does not actually send mail. You either have to setup a mail server, or probably your best option is to use something like phpMailer or swiftmail. Both are freely available and come with their own user manual
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Please remember we are not clairvoyant and we a not looking over your shoulder Please start all help requests by answering this sticky post READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION Then add to that a complete description of what you have done and show us anything you have changes in the WAMPServer configuration.
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Please see my signature block for links to the relevant Apache/MySQL/PHP/phpMyAdmin Documentation
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