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12 years ago
c2dan
Left click wamp tray icon choose PHP > PHP.ini find these lines extension=php_oci8.dll ; Use with Oracle 10gR2 Instant Client extension=php_oci8_11g.dll ; Use with Oracle 11g Instant Client Delete ; Use with Oracle 10gR2 Instant Client and ; Use with Oracle 11g Instant Client Save the php.ini. Now right click wamp tray icon and choose refresh.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Juding by the look of some of the notices (these are not errors). Your script appears to be very outdated and poorly coded. Variables such as $HTTP_GET_VARS, $HTTP_POST_VARS, $HTTP_COOKIE_VARS etc very old variables and have been replaced with $_GET, $_POST and $_COOKIE
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12 years ago
c2dan
Does the file work if you go to http:// localhost/musicquiz/test.php Why create an alias in the first place? Aliases should only be used for directories that are outside of the document root (eg C:\wamp\www). I'd personally either rename the folder or use mod rewrite. I wouldn't setup an Alias for this setup.
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12 years ago
c2dan
You may need to renable the mysqli extension. Simply left click the wamp tray icon and choose PHP > extensions > mysqli
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12 years ago
c2dan
PHP needs to be configured to use an SMTP server in order to send emails. WAMP does not come with a mail server. I tend to use my ISP's smtp server for sending emails as I only use wamp for testing/development purposes. NOTE: the standard mail() function will not work with SMTP servers which require authentication. Instead you'll need to use an alternative such as PHPMailer ->
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12 years ago
c2dan
Login to phpmyadmin and go to the export tab. Select all your databases and save the generated sql file to your desktop. Move your www folder to your desktop. Uninstall WAMP and delete any remaining files. Reinstall WAMP to your new drive. Move back your www folder and login to phpmyadmin click the import tab to resetup your databases you backup earlier.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Are you sure I should delete the other 4 files (lmhosts.sam, networks, protocol, services)? Will deleting these files cause other problems to occur? No leave those file you may cripple Windows. As for why the folder is not showing up it could be something in that folder which Apache has detected to cause an error. To see if there is an error go to Now left click the wamp tray icon and go t
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12 years ago
c2dan
WAMP is not started. Left click the wamp tray icon and choose Start All Services. If its still shows red/yellow indicator then it means there is an issue and wamp is not running properly. When running the MySQL Console just press enter when it asks for password. By default no password is setup for MySQL.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Upon clicking the start button there is normally a slight delay. It will say server is not started but then a couple of seconds later it says its started. Make sure in the home tab of MySQL Workbench. Click Manage Server Instances (bottom right of window). Select the service you set up earlier from the list on the left. Now click the system profile tab. Can you post a screenshot of that tab h
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12 years ago
c2dan
First you need to enable the mod_vhost_alias module Left click wamp tray icon choose Apache > Module > vhost_alias_module You need to something like the following in "conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf" as per example in the documentation linked above. # get the server name from the Host: header UseCanonicalName Off # this log format can be split per-virtual-host based on the
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12 years ago
c2dan
Left click WAMP tray icon choose Apache > Modules > rewrite module
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12 years ago
c2dan
To see why you're getting the error left click wamp taskbar icon and choose Apache > error log. Post the last 10 lines here.
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12 years ago
c2dan
You can use mass virtual hosting with Apache as explained here http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/vhosts/mass.html You'll still need to add each subdomain to the hosts file. Windows does not support wildcards for host definitions.
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12 years ago
c2dan
MySQL Workbench needs to be configured. It is not a wamp issue. Here is how I configured MySQL Wordbench version 5.2.16. Download and install MySQL Workbench. Once installed Start MySQL Workbench and make sure WAMP is running. Once started got to the Server Administration section (right hand side of the window). Click New Service Instance. For the Specify Host Machine and Database C
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12 years ago
c2dan
Just delete the older versions from the C:/wamp/bin folder
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12 years ago
c2dan
No need to install using Addons. Just got to and download PHP5.2.13 VC6 x86 Thread Safe zip package (DO NOT USE THE INSTALLER). Once downloaded extract the contents of the zip to C:/wamp/bin/php/php5.2.13 Copy the following files from your current version of PHP (eg C:/wamp/bin/php/php5.2.10) to your php5.2.13 folder php.ini phpForApache.ini wampserver.conf Right click WAMP tray icon
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12 years ago
c2dan
You cant just copy your wordpress theme folder in to C:/wamp/www You'll first need to download and install wordpress (from wordpress.org). Then copy your theme folder into wordpress's theme folder. You will then be able to work on your wordpress theme locally.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Make sure your browser has cookies enabled. Sessions should work with no configuration needed, by default WAMP configures PHP to save sessions to C:/wamp/tmp (make sure this folder exists and is not set to read only). Also you should be going to to run your PHP scripts.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Yea you'll have to do that for each alias.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Start wamp go to phpmyadmin. When you get the above error left click the wamp task bar icon and choose PHP > PHP error log and again left click the wamp task bar icon and go to Apache > Apache error log Post the LAST 10 lines from each log here
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12 years ago
c2dan
Try setting the rewriteBase to /testrewrite/ Example .htaccess code RewriteEngine On RewriteBase /testrewrite/ RewriteRule ^index.html$ index2.html Its your aliases that are causing mod rewrite to not function correctly. I think you may be better of setting up virtual hosts instead. However I think setting the rewriteBase should sort this issue.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Why are you creating an alias? An alias should only be created for folders outside of the document root (C:/wamp/www)
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12 years ago
c2dan
I just noticed something in your code. You're using the wrong type of quotes on this line <form action="welcome.php" method=”post”> ” should be " (increase text size to see the difference <-- Press Ctrl and + keys). vishruth Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Few internet sites suggest to Disalbe some error > reporting feature
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12 years ago
c2dan
Is your .htaccess file in C:\wamp\www If it is, edit it and add an invalid command to the file, eg hello if Apache is reading the .htaccess properly it should display a 500 Internal Server Error when going to If you're getting an error you can now delete the invalid command added earlier. For some reason your rewrite rules are not working. If you're not getting the 500 Internal Serv
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12 years ago
c2dan
bolivartech Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Thanks, that's exactly what I needed. > > So essentially I am putting my password into a > clear text file... doesn't that defeat the purpose > of having a password? > You can configure phpmyadmin to ask for a username/password when accessing phpmyadmin. Just delete the password from the con
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12 years ago
c2dan
It could be how you're setting up your rewrite rules in your .htaccess. To test disable skype and configure Apache to listen on port 80.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Make sure you're filling in the form first and submitting the form. If you're just going directly to welcome.php without going to the form first your _POST variables will not exist. Make sure you're going to too when running your php scripts.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Are you running the test with WAMP running? If you are then everything is fine. Apache comes with WAMP.
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12 years ago
c2dan
You'll now need to tell phpmyadmin your new password. Go to C:\wamp\apps\phpmyadmin Find a file called config.inc.php and find the following line $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = ''; Add the new password between the quotes, for example $cfg['Servers'][$i]['password'] = 'YOUR PASSWORD HERE';
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12 years ago
c2dan
Skype can be configured to use a port other than port 80. Have a look in the settings
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