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2 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi It may not seem like Apache cares and strickly it does not. However if you dont add the public folder to the path in the Directory tag, you are in fact allowing access to all folders below `C:/websites/lvlproject` That is NOT what Laravel wants, in fact the directory structure is designed as it so to alow you to NOT give access to the universe to any folders other than the public folder
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2 days ago
RiggsFolly
The way they describe in the manual. The site lives in the `public` folder so that has to be your DocumentRoot <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin webmaster@venture-wilderness.com ServerName lvlproject.lh ServerAlias www.lvlp
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2 days ago
RiggsFolly
Right, as expected, your DocumentRoot is very unlikely correct If you check any Laravel setup guide you will see that the DocumentRoot shoudl be pointing at the `public` folder. That also means changing the Directory to match
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2 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Please read Setting up the rights of ordinary users for WampServer A little Explanation: Remember this is NOT a limitation brought about by WAMPServer, this is because to start a service (wampapache, wampmysqld etc) in windows you need certain privilages not normally granted to a standard user account. It may be that you dont consider giving your student this privilege is right eithe
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3 days ago
RiggsFolly
Can we see your VHOST definitions please.
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14 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Dont go reinstalling till we have exhaust other options. Do you still have the `\wamp` or `\wamp64` folder on your C drive, or whereever you installed it originally?
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17 days ago
RiggsFolly
Yes, you have 2 instances of MySQL installed now unless you deleted/uninstalled something it should still be there. Lets see if we can find it 1. Exit WAMPServer 2. Start MySQL like you used to before installing WAMPServer. If you now can see your old database, EXPORT IT (BACKUP) to somehwrere safe/ Stop the MySQL server instance you started. Start WAMPServer. Restore the da
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17 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, I am wondering how much of this issue may be due to the code that you are using, so can I suggest you place these 2 simple scripts into your DocumentRoot of one of your sites and try them out Call this sess1.php <?php session_start(); if ( $_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST' && $_POST['sessVal']) { $_SESSION['sessVal'] = $_POST['sessVal']; //
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20 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Clicking on unknown untrusted links is something I only do on a Monday I am afraid
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20 days ago
RiggsFolly
I just wrote this, so if you have any comments to improve it, please feel free to comment. How to Install Composer in WAMPServer Composer of course is a command line tool, that uses PHP, so the first thing to do is make sure you can get to a php.exe from anywhere when running from a Terminal/Command Prompt. WAMPServer does not need OR more importantly like you to use the normal Win
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23 days ago
RiggsFolly
Tell openssl where its config file is Run this in the terminal before doing any openssl set openssl_conf=d:\wamp64\bin\apache\apache2.4.46\conf\openssl.cnf
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23 days ago
RiggsFolly
Glad you have something that works. Small Point, phpMyAdmin is not a database, its a tool written in PHP to make maintaining a MyQSL database more user friendly. I would have gone with a VH with the ServerName of sitec.com and then change wordpress to use that as the url, but whatever
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
Please can you send a config report. right click wampmanager-> Tools -> Create Wampserver configuration Report
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
Not sure I can, I am not a WordPress expert
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26 days ago
RiggsFolly
Morning Right, so the HOSTS file is used Only to seed the Windows DNS Cache and as such affect only the PC that hosts file exists upon. So it has no relevance to accessing sitec.com from a remote location. So it does not matter that its not in the HOSTS file. Ahh hang on, woocommerce that sits on top of WordPress, so I bet you installed your wordpress and woocomerce using `localhost:8080/si
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27 days ago
RiggsFolly
I assume you still have a locahost defined in your httpd-vhosts.conf file? I also assume that the locahost VH definition is the first definition in the hosts file? If so it sounds like there is something wrong with the definition of sitec.com, Apache will default to the first definition in the HOSTS file if it cannot find a well defined VH for what it is looking for. You can test this supo
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27 days ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Are you using a Dynamic DNS or have you actually purchased sitec.com and pointed the DNS to your IP Address?
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29 days ago
RiggsFolly
Please remember, you have to run your PHP scripts through the webserver. So your address bar should look like `` or `localhost` If your address bar starts with `file:///` then you are running the script but not through the web server. Only the web server has access to the PHP interpreter. It can be a little confusing at first as javascript and css and all the other stuff can work quite ha
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4 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi GoogleClone PLEASE advertise you business elsewhere. Your answer was nonsense and SO obviously an advertising link.
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Ok Question: When you say QuoteWhen I try to start the 64-Bit-version with php8 the following error occures: Do you mean you have PHP8 active within that Apache OR Do you mean that you have changed the version of PHP that is used by WAMPServer to run itself?
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5 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Did you check which wampmanager you were using to do the start? To start the 64bit version of WAMP you use the wampmanager.exe inthe wamp64 folder etc.
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6 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi The case sensitive thing is a well known issue when moving code from Windows(which is case insensitive) to Linux(which is case sensitive). Its just one of those things that a developer that uses both environments has to remember and pick a standard for. I use all lower to avoid the issue As you are the only person reporting this issue, and we dont have enough information to work out how
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6 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
PLEASE... Read and inwardly DIGEST the previous message from OTO
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6 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Yes, if you look at the httpd-vhosts.conf (menu link) you will see that even localhost is defined as a VH
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7 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Also, if you have to change things in the php.ini to get them running on WAMPServer, there is the possibility that you WILL NOT be allowed to make those same changes when you come to move this code to a LIVE hosted server. So the danger here is you are storing up a probelm that will really bit you in the but later
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7 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
I am a little intrigued. As it sounds like you are only using the localhost i dont get the cross site issue. Would you share some of the code, the cookie code specifically that exsists in your scripts? Or are you saying that the only cookie you are aware of is the PHPSESSID cookie that PHP itself uses?
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7 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
1. Yes, for lost of reasons 2. Not sure why anything needs changing. The I dont know what your site is doing 3. I do Small Point: The Cookies and Sessions are not the same thing at all. It is the session files that you see in the wamp64/tmp folder. Cookies are only transmitted about by the browser between client and server. They are not stored on the server file system
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7 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Thanks. First things is that you should not put your code in the \wamp64\www folder. That folder contains some useful bits and pieces. You should mput your website code either in a subfolder of the www folder or some completely other colder on disk, and use a Virtual Host to point to it, whereever you put it. See The Need for Virtual Hosts I have never had issues like this and it
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7 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Quite an essay. Sorry but can we start with a bit of background. 1. Are your browsers up to date? 2. What versions of Apache/PHP were you using in April before you started having these problems. 3. Can you answer these questions based upon what you currenty have installed READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION
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7 weeks ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Its quite probable that the error has always been there, but as wampserver is a development server and configured to show errors so they can be fixed, you are seeing them. Whereas your other server may be configured as a live server and therefore errors only go to the error log and not to the screen. Have a look at the servers error log, just to check
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