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12 years ago
c2dan
What do you mean by working in mysql?
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12 years ago
c2dan
The script you're trying to install is not compatible with PHP5.3. You need to downgrade PHP to php5.2.x To do so click the add ons link above and download the latest PHP5.2.x release. Once installed left click WAMP tray icon and select PHP > PHP Version > PHP5.2.x
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12 years ago
c2dan
Nothings wrong with that code. It should work fine. Make sure you're saving this file in C:/wamp/www and that you're going to to run script Do not open the file directly in to your browser.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Make sure you have enabled mod_rewrite first. Left click WAMP icon select Apache > apache Modules > make sure mod_rewrite is checked.
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12 years ago
c2dan
You do not not need to CHMOD any files if your installing a script on Windows. You ONLY need to CHMOD files if your using a *nix based system, eg Mac OSX, Fedora, Ubuntu, BSD etc. Just by pass the steps for CHMOD'ing files. All files by default on Windows are writable.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Make sure your saving your code in a .php file. Save all files in C:/wamp//www and go to to run your scripts
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12 years ago
c2dan
By default WAMP only allows access to phpMyAdmin using the local address 127.0.0.1 (aka localhost). As you have now changed Apache servername from localhost to your IP Address it wont allow to access to phpMyAdmin as your IP Address is not the same as the local address. To fix simply edit C:\wamp\alias\phpmyadmin.conf and change this line Allow from 127.0.0.1 To Allow from 127.0.0.1 YO
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12 years ago
c2dan
When MySQL is first installed it'll setup one account. Which will be root as the username that has no password set. By default phpMyAdmin will try to connect to MySQL with the username root and no password. You can setup a password for root user if you wish to. There are many guides on the net for setting the root password. You can setup more than one user too. Click phpMyAdmin's privilege
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12 years ago
c2dan
Look in Apaches error log, left click the WAMP Tray icon and select Apache > Apache error log Scroll to the very bottom of the log and post the LAST 10 lines here.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Make sure you're saving the file in C:/wamp/www DO NOT open the file directly in to your web browser this will not work. YOU MUST go to to run your .php files.
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12 years ago
c2dan
As WAMP runs in a Windows Environment you cannot set file/folders permissions like you can on *nix type systems.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Your code wont work as you have left of the ' before the # on this line define(BGCOLOR, #FFFFFF'); Remember all characters, except numbers (eg 1-9 etc), floats (1.234 etc) and booleans (true or false etc) need to be wrapped within quotes.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Its your HEREDOC statement that is causing the error. Your identifiers do not match print <<<EOF ... FORM; FORM; should be EOF; instead. Please read PHP Manual on HEREDOC syntax usage
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12 years ago
c2dan
Why CGI? It is better to run PHP as an Apache Module? What problem(s) are you having
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12 years ago
c2dan
You can fix it simply by coding correctly. Instead of doing $var do $var['something'] This the correct way to use associative arrays.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Yes. PHP/MySQL (what Joomla is coded with) is cross platform independent. It'll run the same regardless of the OS. All you need to do is to download your site from your host via FTP and place your sites files in WAMPs www folder (C:/wamp/www). Next you need to backup your database for Joomla, your host should provide a utility for this. If you're not sure ask your host. Once you have th
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12 years ago
c2dan
You'll want to read up on the Apache documentation for mod_autoindex (this is the module that lists the directory contents). To change the directory listings layout. Left click the WAMP tray icon and select Apache > httpd.conf Scroll to the bottom of the file and find this line Include conf/extra/httpd-autoindex.conf Remove the # at the start of that line. Save the httpd.conf. Now to
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12 years ago
c2dan
You can create an alias. Left Click WAMP tray icon and go to Apache > Aliases > Add Alias For the address type in just photos. Press enter. Now type in the G:\Photos and press enter. Go to to view you photos.
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12 years ago
c2dan
No need to run MySQLInstanceConfig with WAMP By default only one MySQL user is setup, which is root and has no password. Just press enter when it asks for password You can set up a password if you from within phpmyadmin. phpmyadmin is easier to use than MySQL Console.
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12 years ago
c2dan
When you make any changes to php.ini restart Apache service. To confirm you are editing the correct php.ini, left click WAMP tray icon and select PHP > php.ini
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12 years ago
c2dan
All php code must be saved in .php files not .html files. Never open your .php files directly within a web browser. It wont understand the php code. You must go to
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12 years ago
c2dan
You save a files in C:/Wamp/www You run your files open your web browser and go to
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12 years ago
c2dan
Rather than use to access your site on your other computers. Just use your computers LAN address that has wamp installed on it, eg [192.168.2.100]
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12 years ago
c2dan
I never bothered checking the md5 sum of a file I downloaded. Just download and install
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12 years ago
c2dan
It is best to install wamp to just C:/ rather than C:/program files.
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12 years ago
c2dan
php.exe is located in C:/WAMP/bin/php/php.5.3.x
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12 years ago
c2dan
If you have already called session_start() then you dont need to call it again in files that are being included. session_start should only be called once.
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12 years ago
c2dan
Yes you can set PHP error reporting to a lower level. Open your php.ini (left click WAMP tray icon and select PHP > PHP.ini) Scroll down and find this line error_reporting = E_ALL And change it to error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE Save php.ini and restart the Apache service. Notices will no longer be displayed. However you should fix your notice errors. It is no good just ig
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12 years ago
c2dan
Open your hosts file, located in C:/Windows/System32/drivers/etc/ Look for this line [127.0.0.1 localhost NOTE: if you're using Vista/Win 7. Before changing hosts file you you'll want to open your text editor first as an Administrator to be able edit this file If its not there add it at the bottom. Save the hosts file and will now work
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12 years ago
c2dan
You can not install programs directly to the root of your hard drive. However programs can be installed within a folder that is in the root of the hard drive, such as Z:/wamp Maybe you want to map a folder to a drive letter instead. As explained here
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