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12 years ago
c2dan
Are you saying you want to transfer your local drupal installation to your web site? All you need to do upload your files for drupal using FTP to your website. The next step is tansfering your drupal database. What you'll need to do is login to phpmyadmin and click the export tab. Select your drupal database. Now scroll down to the bottom and check the checkbox labelled save as file. Click the
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12 years ago
c2dan
Post your .htaccess in C:/wamp/www/sitename.net here. There is a problem with that file.
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12 years ago
c2dan
No need to reconfigure WAMP. You are better of opening Skype and going to TOOLS > OPTIONS > Connections and un-checking the use of PORT 80 as an alternative port for incoming calls Close Skype, then open again for changes to take affect. WAMP should now be able to start,
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12 years ago
c2dan
Click the support button followed by going to the FAQ. Click the Installation link followed by the technical requirements link ->
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12 years ago
c2dan
I guess this is what you are using -> If so that is not available for Windows. It is only available to linux/BSD servers. So you will not be able to install on WAMPServer.
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12 years ago
c2dan
You will have to tell the script the full path to the PHP CLI (called php-win.exe). This file is located in C:\wamp\bin\php\<php version here> For example if you're using PHP version 5.2.9-2 the full path is C:\wamp\bin\php\php5.2.9-2\php-win.exe
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12 years ago
c2dan
No shouldn't do. WHat happens if you remove the following line from the .htaccess # Use PHP5 as default
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12 years ago
c2dan
before importing you database tables you'll have to create a database first. Go to phpAdmin and type in the following into the Create a new database field 'nathanearth' (without quotes). Now click the import tab and your database will setup. You can setup a password by clicking the Privileges tab when going to phpmyadmin.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Is this the same .htaccess file located in C:/wamp/www/1xxxx.net/ ? There is command in the .htaccess file which Apache is unable to understand. This is what is causing the error you are getting.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Ok exit wamp and remove the php.ini in Apaches bin directory. Now edit the file named phpForApache.ini in your PHP folder (not the file named php.ini) and unset all loaded extensions. Start WAMP again and enable the extensions one by one from the WAMP tray icon. The extension for mysql are call php_mysqli.dll and php_mysql.dll NOTE: The way WAMP handles the php.ini is slightly different. Wh
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12 years ago
c2dan
What address are you using in firefox? You must be going to to run your PHP scripts.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Post the code in your .htaccess file here. Seems you have a syntax error.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Do not move any files that come with WAMP. There is no need to do this. What you should of done is left click the WAMP tray icon and select PHP > PHP extensions > php_mysql (do the same for php_mysqli too and any other extension you wish to use). When editing the php.ini you should go to the wamp tray icon and select PHP > php.ini WAMP will handle the rest for you. Moving files
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12 years ago
c2dan
Make sure the MySQL Service is running. Left WAMP tray icon > MySQL > Service. If the Start/Resume Service option is not disabled then MYSQL is not running. Left click this option to start the MySQL Service.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Remove the AddHandler from the .htaccess file. This is not needed
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12 years ago
c2dan
Here are a few tutotials on uploading images to MySQL (NOTE: phpmydmin is not a database, it is a webtool to manage MySQL). Before reading the tutorials make sure you have a basic understanding of SQL and PHP. If you do not undetstand the basics you may strugle understanding the code.
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12 years ago
c2dan
What php.ini are you editing? To esure you're edting the correct php.ini go to WAMP tray icon and select PHP > php.ini
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12 years ago
c2dan
As is the lates error C:/wamp/www/1xxxxx.net/.htaccess: Invalid command 'RewriteEngine', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration You need to enable the Apache Module named mod_rewrite. To do so left click WAMP tray icon and select Apache > Apache Modules > rewrite module
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12 years ago
c2dan
What version of WAMP are you current running? What are wanting to upgrade to? When upgrading always back up your MySQL databases you wish to keep by logging into phpMyAdmin and clicking the Export tab. You should also backup WAMP's www/ folder too. Once you have backed up just uninstall existing WAMP version. Delete all files/folders left over. Download and install new WAMP version. Replace
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12 years ago
c2dan
Intresting your memory limit is set to 2MB! To increase the limit you should edit your php.ini. Left click WAMP tray icon and select PHP > php.ini scroll down to memory_limit = 2M Change 2M to 128M Save the php.ini and restart Apache Service.
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12 years ago
c2dan
You need to renable the mysql extension for PHP5.3
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12 years ago
c2dan
You need to increase the upload_max_filesize setting in your php.ini After making the change make sure you restart the Apache Service.
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12 years ago
c2dan
bfarber Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- I copied over wampserver.conf and phpForApache.ini from the php5.2.9-2 directory I had. Do not use the phpForApache.ini from your existing PHP version. Instead you shold rename the file called php.ini-development.ini in you PHP5.3 folder to just php.ini and then setup the extension_dir directive. You should then rena
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12 years ago
c2dan
Not understanding you but I think you need to enable mod_rewrite for your code to work. When you install WAMP mod_rewrite is not enabled by default. To enable this module left click the WAMP tray icon and select Apache > Apache Modules > rewrite module
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12 years ago
c2dan
I expect when then next version of WAMP comes out. however you can add PHP5.3 to wamp yourself. Have a read of this post here ->
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12 years ago
c2dan
If you have manually edited the php.ini you need to restart the Apache service in order for the changes to be loaded.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Read the PHP manual on using the FTP extension here: You do not need to use FTP to upload your files to WAMP if you working locally. You just need to place your files in C:/wamp/www
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12 years ago
c2dan
When wamp is installed it sets up a default user called root with no password set.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Looking at the script everthing runs fine. There are no problems with the script its just poorly coded. If you dont errors to be displayed for that script only then add the following line ini_set('display_errors', 'Off'); before the following in rFactor/index.php // read URL parameters No errors will no be reported when you use that script. You disable errors globaly by editin
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12 years ago
c2dan
You need to be more clear. What are you refering to by red bar? Post all errors in full here
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