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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Why on earth are you using port 5500? Do you have a index.php file in that folder? Did you mess with the c:\wamp\www folder? you shoudl NOT amend that folder.
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
My comment about a local DNS system, was supposed to be a joke. Dont go there unless you are prepared to do a lot of research
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
To get to this VH you need to enter its domain name in the browser. The other PC does not know how to locate this domain because it is not in the global DNS system So you have to add your domain to the PC that is trying to access the server by adding the domain to the HOSTS file C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts 129.168.1.xxx jhmjkb Where 129.168.1.xxx is the ip address of the
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Well done you are doing better than most who stop by here. Ok what you forgot is that in the real world when you invent a domain (buy a domain) that new domain gets registered with the global DNS system. So when a browser or any software is asked for the new domain, it queries the DNS to find the ip address to go to to find it. Your new domain name is not registered in the DNS and t
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
We do not debug PHP code on this site. We assist in getting WAMPServer running but do not provide a complete APACHE / PHP / MYSQL training courses. There comes a time when you just have to look at the manuals yourself
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Try switching back to MySQL5.7.something
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
3 - Apache Version dunno - how do I find this Click on the WAMPManager icon in the system tray. First a left click, and familiarize yourself with what is there (all sorts of info/help/etc) Then right click, and ditto the above
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Are you sure its a MySQL dump, mariaDB looks very like MySQL unless you look very closelt, lots of hosters are just droppping mariaDB into place and not saying much about it !
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Ok so lets start with which database are you using? MySQL or mariaDB? On second thoughts, please answer all these question for us READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION Oh and dont assume we have the faintest idea what GLPI is, or the faintest interest
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
That sounds like a website issue, have you checked what is in the .htaccess file
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
1. Upload all files from directory "Web Application" to your web server root directory This says place the files FROM the "Web Application" folder into the DocumentRoot folder, so a) Create a directory, for example >C: <-- could be any drive >CD \ <-- cd to the root of the drive >MD websrc <-- make a new f
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
If your site lives in C:\wampJHMJKB\Web_Application then that is where the Virtual Host should point to Like this <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName wampjhmjkb DocumentRoot "c:/wampjhmjkb/Web_Application " <Directory "c:/wampjhmjkb/Web_Application /"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride All Requi
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Do you know what that feature and message actually mean? That feature NEVER had anything to do with the correct working of WAMPServer or ny of its parts!! It set a parameter in the httpd.conf file that allowed access to your Apache from anywhere in the universe. With the parameter NOT SET you are correctly setup to develop your ste(s) without any danger of getting hacked.
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Ok I have pinged those 2 domains and they both point to the same ip address. I am going to assume that means you have pointed the DNS at your WAN IP Address correctly. However both pings timeout, I assume because you have turned off your PC, OR, maybe you have not Port Forwarded your Router? Have you port forwarded port 80 on your router? The other possibility, might be you have not to
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Please show us your vhost definitions, they shoudl be in`httpd-vhosts.conf` .htaccess files require AllowOverride to be set to something in the <Directory ....> of your Vhost
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Q3) Why it is required to add a new VirtualHost instead of modifying the above existing VirtualHost with ServerName localhost BECAUSE there should be a Virtual Host for each and EVERY one of your sites. The one that exsts is for localhost. The one you need to create is for angliadesign If you spent just a littel time looking at WHAT a Virtual Host was (in the Apache Documentation a
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
No, I did say READ the post I linked to
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
In short Add a Virtual Host sfor EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOUR PROJECTS/SITES Please read THE NEED for VIRTUAL HOSTS
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Sorry cannot reproduce in 64bit or 32bit WAMPServer 3.2 Would you please READ (and answer) BEFORE YOU ASK A QUESTION
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi If yo uahve to ask, then I would suggest you create shorter Project folder names and leave the layout alone
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, This does not sound like a WAMPServer issue, it sounds like a coding issue. As you provide no error messages, no code and frankly no clues I do not see how we could possibly help you
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, See the thread
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
- oh you lost me there, please use a more words Source management tool = GIT (not for this site to provide tutorials on this) - Awesome - I would love to know more about that.... (for future calls) See above I feel your pain, its a hard slope to climb, from nooby to capable, there is so much to learn. However these are not topic that we cover on this forum. We just cover getting WAMPSer
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6 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Honestly, you can put it all on a stick, but you really need to know what you are doing. Its unnecessarily complex, and not for beginners. The absolutely best way to do this would be to have your site code stored in something like GIT on a central repo, the works repo if possible, because of course you are using some sort of source management tool arn't you? Then you install WAMPServ
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7 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, Yup with just one click of the mouse you could give access to your whole WAMPServer environment.... including your WAMPSevrer home page, and you phpMyAdmin so everyone could fiddle with your databases Now instead of that, you create a Virtual Host for each of your sites, meaning you can give access to One and only One of your sites and NOT anything else. It still simple: left cli
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7 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi, What are you considering placing on the portable drive? Just site code (i.e. a VirtualHosted folder) or all of WAMPServer?
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7 months ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Sergio, Before we get into a war about this option being removed, can I check what you think this option did for you. Then we can suggest the new and probably better way of doing what you are attempting to do.
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7 months ago
RiggsFolly
Dont bother, the question is Off Topic for this forum anyway. We help people get WAMPServer up and running if they have problems, but once thats all working you move into the realm that it was invented for. A tool to allow you to practice and learn all things Apache/MySQL/mariaDB and PHP in a safe local environment
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7 months ago
RiggsFolly
Do you really mean WINAMP? Also if you are using wampserver 32bit how can you be using Apache2.4.41 64bit?
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