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12 years ago
c2dan
Looks like your php code is not being parsed? By default wamp will only parses php code within files that end in .php You need to be placing your website files in C:\wamp\www To run your php scripts you MUST go to If you use tags such as <? ?> or <?= ?> then by default wamp has these disabled. To enable short tags left click the wamp tray icon and select PHP > PHP Setting
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12 years ago
c2dan
That book you are reading is outdated and teaching you old insecure methods. The because your code does not work no more is because a setting called register_globals is now disabled by default (since PHP4.2) and is soon to be removed completely. You now need to use the new superglobal variables, the most common used are: $_GET - used to grab variables from the url $_POST - used to get th
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12 years ago
c2dan
left click wamp tray icon and select Apache > Apache Modules > mod_rewrite
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12 years ago
c2dan
To find out why you're getting the internal server error 500 message left click the wamp tray icon and select Apache > Apache error log. Scroll to the bottom of the log file and post the last 15 lines
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12 years ago
c2dan
to launch phpmyadmin go to localhost:8080/phpmyadmin
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12 years ago
c2dan
On wamp you don't need to use FTP, as wamp does not come with an FTP Server. Just place all your site files in C:\wamp\www Also chmod permissions do not exist on Windows. chmod'ing files/folders only affects on non windows platforms.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Wamp comes with phpMyAdmin which provides web based interface for managing MySQL. To lauch wamp left click wamp tray icon and choose phpyadmin As for the gui tools from MySQL. Just download and install.
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12 years ago
c2dan
David Floyd Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In reply to c2dan, I am aware of that, but I > already have an extensive database driven web-site > on Linux and it would be a mammoth task to > re-write all the queries. You wouldn't need to rewrite the queries. MySQL will automatically convert the table/column names used in the query to lowercase.
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12 years ago
c2dan
By default on Windows, MySQL will change database/table/column names to lowercase. It is recommend to keep all database/table/column names in lowercase format.
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12 years ago
c2dan
make sure you have started wamp. The wamp tray icon should be white. If its white/red it means WAMP is not running at all or if its white/yellow it means there is a problem. Do note there some programs with can intefere with WAMP, such as Skype, IIS etc.
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12 years ago
c2dan
You haven't posted the error message you are getting. What is the error? Also you do not need to manually configure PHP, WAMP sets everything up for you.
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12 years ago
c2dan
yasin Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > basically you cant run skype and wamp at > the same time, thanks anyway You can run Skype and WAMP at the same time. Skype can be configured to use an alternative port
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12 years ago
c2dan
Open Windows Explorer and go to C:/wamp/www For now rename index.php to _index.php Now go to you should see a directory listing of all files/folders in C:/wamp/www. What files are listed? If see your files listed as filename.php.txt. Then you have not saved your files properly in Notepad. When you save files in Notepad make sure you set the file type to All Files. Otherwiser Notepad wil
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12 years ago
c2dan
Do note that mail() does not work with servers that require authorisation such as Gmail. Also WAMP does not come with a mail server so you wont be able to send emails using localhost as the mail server.
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12 years ago
c2dan
BY SMTP do you mean PHP's SMTP setting? If you that is what you're referring to then you can do <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot c:/wwwroot/subdomain ServerName subdomain.domain.com php_value SMTP smtp.otherdomain.com </VirtualHost>
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12 years ago
c2dan
You can ignore this. It wont stop WAMP from working. Read the following wiki for what favicon is here:
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12 years ago
c2dan
It works fine on Win7. What color is the WAMP tray icon? If its not white then it means there is an error. Make sure you dont have IIS, Skype etc running. These are can interfere with WAMP.
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12 years ago
c2dan
As long as your upload speed is greater than 500Kb/s (Kilobits per secound) you should be fine, this will allow users to download at around 60KB/s max from your site. Provided your flash games are not big and are optimized for slower internet speeds you should be fine. However you will want to check your ISP's usage policy. Most do not allow you to use your internet connection for hosting you
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12 years ago
c2dan
On the Unix server ensure the GD extension is enabled. You check this by creating a new script on the server, say gdtest.php with the following code <?php phpinfo() ?> Go to Scroll down and see if there is GD2 subheading. If you can't find the heading GD is not enabled/installed. You should check your PHP error logs too on the Unix server.
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12 years ago
c2dan
That means WAMP is not working, due to errors. First try to start WAMP, by left clicking WAMP tray icon and select Start All Services Does the trayicon change? If it doesn't it will mean something is wrong. If this is the case then it is more than likely there is another App/process using port 80. Wamp requires this port to function, Make sure you dont have IIS, Skype etc running. These are
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12 years ago
c2dan
No that is not compatible with php5.3. Windows version of PHP is compiled with VC6, all extensions you use must also be compiled with VC6 in order to work.
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12 years ago
c2dan
WAMP doesn't need to be set to Server online for localhost to work. When wamp is set to Server online it means it'll accept connections from external addresses (eg internet). Can you confirm the wamp tray icon is white? Also what happens if you go to [127.0.0.1] If 127.0.0.1 works, check your hosts file (C:/Windows/system32/drivers/etc) contains the following line 127.0.0.1 localhost if
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12 years ago
c2dan
For APC your should use php_apc-5.3-nts-svn20091115-vc6-x86.zip I'm not sure about the the uploadprogress extension, there doesn't appear to be one for php5.3 compiled with VC6.
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12 years ago
c2dan
smf as in Simple Machines Forum? All instructions for the install process will be in the documentation for SMF. But any way all you need to do is... Download SMF from simplemachines.org (choose the zip package). Extract the contents of the zip to WAMP's www/ folder (eg C:/wamp/www). Left click WAMP tray icon and select phpmyadmin. In the box that says Create Database type in smf click Go
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12 years ago
c2dan
how are you using include? You dont need to do anything for includes to work.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Does the documentation for Miva Merchant mention what you need to add to the httpd.conf?
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12 years ago
c2dan
Yes you'll have to edit the httpd.conf manually. There is no GUI for configuring Apache. What are you trying to setup? What is the .dll for?
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12 years ago
c2dan
Rather than have your file paths hard coded as include "/home/account/publlic_html/somefile.php"; Substitute '/home/account/publlic_html/' with the $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] var , eg include $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] ."/somefile.php"; Setting up vhosts or aliases will not help you. PHP does not request for files through Apache, therefore PHP will not know that home/ac
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12 years ago
c2dan
When clicking the wamp tray icon make sure you are LEFT clinking it for managing WAMPServer. Also ensure you are logged in as an administrator too.
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12 years ago
c2dan
If you have setup Aliases these will not be available to PHP for use in file paths. PHP does not request for files through Apache.
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