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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
In httpd.conf there is a variable called DocumentRoot, this defines the default location for your website. Find yours from wamp manager -> apache -> httpd.conf It looks like this DocumentRoot "D:/wamp/www/" In my case I installed wamp on the D; drive and that is where the root directory of the website is. If the web site is just thowing your php script back to the b
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Have you set port forwarding on your router? You need to forward port 80 to the IP address of the PC that is running WAMP. Best set a static IP for that PC as well so it does not keep changing as PC on your internal network logon in different order on different days.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Check this out Oh and stop all apps that could be using port 80 like SKYPE
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Julius, This sounds to me like you have creates a file like test.html i.e. with HTML as the extension. Change the file name to test.php and try again. Whats happening is: you enter test.html and apache say yes I see that I will send it back to the browser. But thats all it does! If you code the file as test.php apache says, Yes I see that... Oh its a PHP file I will send that to
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Apology accepted. I am glad you got it working. For future reference or for anyone how looks at this thread in the future, to run something with "run as Administrator" rights do this:- ON VISTA & WINDOWS 7: Find the icon of the app you want to run, on desktop or in the All Programs list. Right click the icon, or in some cases Shift and right click the icon and you will s
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
The problem is you PC does not know where to find the urls you are using. First you need to amend your hosts file. Without adding the site names to your hosts file there is no way that the site name that you enter into the browser can be translated to an ip address. Hosts acts as a sort of local DNS and is checked first before going out to a real DNS server. run your editor "as Admi
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Yes thats what you should do. The HOSTS file is protected by the Windows OS. You have to 'Run as Administrator' to be able to save it. I usually just right click my editor icon and do a run as administrator, or you can run a cmd window 'as administrator' cd into the windows/system32/drivers/etc folder OR your windows/winsxs folder and then launch your editor from within the command windo
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Is this any help? Cannot read German so not sure.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Have a look at this post I hhink point 1 explains your problem and a solution.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
I am guessing here. Have you coded your links with relative address's? If not try it. So code a <img src="img/pic1.jpg" /> and not as <img src=" /> Ditto with all site links, make them all relative and it should work.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
I am just guessing here but could it be that you have coded the url used by your ajax request with the full path to the server i.e. ? If so change this to be a relative path i.e 'folder/code.php'.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Ok a couple of pointer that might help. 1. MySQL would have to be configured to use TCP/IP and not Named Pipes if you want to access a MySQL database from a remote PC and by remote I mean any ipaddress other than localhost. It looks like you are using named pipes which are in for local access only ( named pipes are shared memory and therefore only usable on the same physical PC ) 2. The use
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
You will have to be more specific about what you are actually doing. What are you keyin into the address bar of your browser. You could look at It may help you get started
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
A look at your conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf would be useful! You could check that your vhost is setup to listen on 8080 <VirtualHost *:8080>
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
I have tried to help by posting a page called 'Help for initial setup and a bit of tailoring' click here : http://forum.wampserver.com/read.php?2,81975 This covers your problem with the FORBIDDEN issue as well as others. PS. You can edit the hosts file if you run your editor as an Administrator. When you change the HOSTS file you need to restart the DNS Client service, this starts a
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
If you have a backup of the old wamp folder it is possible to restore your old database if it was a MYISAM db You can actually just create a new database with the same name as before and then copy all the files from the old wamp/bin/mysql/mysql.x.y.z/data/database_name folder into the new folder created when you create the database via mysqladmin. Make sure you copy all the files and pr
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Have you changed your httpd.conf file? DirectoryIndex index.php index.html index.htm To something like DirectoryIndex index.php This would explain why when you just use localhost it runs the index.php and not the index.html
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
That code is generated by XDEBUG which is a PHP debugging tool that is part of wamp now. Its a great help for PHP programmers who want to write good clean code. It means that your PHP code has errors in it. Fix your php code and it will stop producing errors. A much better solution than turning error reporting off. Especially for the poor coder that gets to maintain it some time later.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Check out http://forum.wampserver.com/read.php?2,81975 See point 1 I think thats your problem.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
If you cannot get wamp running on port 80 something else ( normally but not always SKYPE ) has already grabbed port 80 for itself. If you dont have a tool to see what ports are in use try this netstat -an It wont tell you what is using port 80 but it will show its in use.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
.htaccess is not there in your application by default. If you want to use one you have to create it yourself. Also some editors wont see files begining with a dot (.) If you want to see some examples run the command window (cmd.exe) cd to \wamp keyin > dir .htaccess /s you will get a dir of all the .htaccess files that are being used by phpMyAdmin
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Check your event log and the apache/php/mysql logs Are any of those giving any useful messages. Is wampapache and wampmysql running? check your services Start>control panel>administative tools>services
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Check your event log if the apache/php/mysql logs are not helping.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Check out this post. http://forum.wampserver.com/read.php?2,81975 Look at point one i think that will probably be your problem!
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Out of the box this part normally works fine. If you are trying to add a password what did you actually change, I assume you got in with phpMyAdmin to set a password. Did you change the root password? Or did you create a new user with a password. It has to be related to something you did so post a list or have a think about what you did.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Gavrilo, Check out this post I just put up. I think it will help
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
I setup wamp again on a rebuilt PC and this time i thought I would make some notes on what I did and why. I hope they will be useful to somebody else. These notes start from completing an install. 1. apache gives a 403 Forbidden error. Symptom: Look at Apache Access log ( from Wamp manager link ) if it is showing the IP address as ::1 instead of 127.0.0.1 this is the solution.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Your IpAddress has either changed or your pc is off. If you want help ask the question a little better.
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
You can change the user that will be used by clicking on the MySQL->MySQLConsole by making a change to the wampmanager.ini file in your X:\WAMP folder. Look for this section in wampmanager.ini ... ... FileName: "D:/wamp/bin/mysql/mysql5.X.Y/bin/mysql.exe";Parameters: "-u sampadm -p"; Glyph: 0 ... ... ;WAMPMYSQLMENUEND Change to your new id i.e. sampadm as I
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8 years ago
RiggsFolly
Reading between the lines, it sounds to me like Apache is not passing your script to php to parse your code and is just serving up the script raw. There could be a couple of reasons for this:- 1. If you have coded your script in a file with a .html or .htm extension apache will not pass your code to php before serving it. ( with the default apache config that comes with WAMP ) Change the
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