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mikel
Thank you for your quick response. I should mention I could access phpmyadmin from the local machine, just nowhere else. Sorry for the confusion. Again, not worried about security right now as this is completely internal to my company. See below for answers. I got as far as creating a site. The site is not found. RiggsFolly Wrote: -----------------------------------------------------
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2 days ago
mikel
I created a clean WAMP install at c:\wamp64 I put the folders for the specific webpages at f:\www\site1, f:\www\site2, f:\www\site3 I followed the Add Virtual host steps from this site, along with several others for help. I am getting forbidden errors Forbidden. You don't have permission to access /site1 on this server. for all sites but localhost. I can create an alias and modify the fi
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13 days ago
RiggsFolly
If you are using WAMPServer in a LAN ( Local Area Network) then you do not need to Port Forward your router. All you do is amend the access rights in the Virtual Host to allow from all ip's in your lan, or specofoc ip's in your lan. Show us your Virtual Host and I will suggest the correct config
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17 days ago
Barneyphoto
restart had no effect the log in using root; error is At the top #2002 - An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions. — The server is not responding (or the local server's socket is not correctly configured). when saved as a word document this line shows up <div class="error"><img src="themes/dot.gif" title=&quo
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19 days ago
Barneyphoto
I forgot a second error message when accessing the phpMyAdmin pops up ' mysqli_real_connect(): (HY000/2002): An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions. ' also the 'http://localhost/test_sockets.php' gives a HTTP 404 Not Found message
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20 days ago
Barneyphoto
I have just installed the latest version of WampServer on a Windows 10 pro 64bit PC. All servers are showing green, installed wordpress and /localhost/wordpress/ launches the configuration page. but /localhost/phpmyadmin/ loads to the login screen but will not go any further. with both user and password left blank it just recycles back to the login page. Using user 'root' with blank passwor
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20 days ago
deltasec
Hello I have setup wamp in a LAN. i want to put it online. Windows 2008 R2 Apache : 2.4.17 MySQL : 5.7.9 PHP : 5.6.16 PHP : 7 Everything is ok local. I have set a Virtual Host. No problems. I forwarded the ports on the router, 80 and 3306 for incoming connections. on my seccond computer can't login by phpmyadmin who can help me to fix this problem
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2 months ago
rafael.soteldo
Hi there: I installed wampserver 3.0.4 on a laptop with win 7 64 bits. I'm studying and I want to test my pages from my other machines at home. When I try to access from other machine by typing my IP address, I get the following error: ___ Forbidden You don't have permission to access / on this server. Apache/2.4.18 (Win32) PHP/5.6.19 Server at <my computer IP address> Por
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4 months ago
vimallad21
I have installed Wamp 3.0 All installed well When I try to access the page phpmyadmin/index.php I am able to access this page But When I goto it shows me error message 403 Forbidden . So kindly let me help how can I access this page ?
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4 months ago
RaissaGro
Hi guys I have a problem. I installed wampserver on my computer and phpmyadmin, but when i try to connect to phpmyadmin it doesn't work. It appears a message saying it is a #2002 error - something about a forbidden atempt to access a socket. I have no idea how to solve this and my teacher told me to google the answer. Sadly that is not working Hope you can help me. Thanks
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5 months ago
mhartste
Hi Jimmy - I might have the same problem as you had. Which hosts file did you change? What change did you make? Are you using a similar system configuration as I am? I just installed Wampserver 64 bit with Apache 2.4.17, PHP 5.6.16, and MySQL 5.7.9 on Windows 10 64-bit. My Wampserver icon is green. I am able to access the PHPmyAdmin page. The first time I went to the main localhost pa
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6 months ago
aswadmanap@gmail.com
1 - Windows version used (Specify version number AND whether 32 or 64 bit) Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 2 - Version WampServer (Specify version number AND whether 32 or 64 bit) wampserver 3.0 64 bit 3 - Apache Version 2.4.17 4 - PHP Version 5.6.16 5 - MySQL Version 5.7.9 - Port defined for MySQL: 3306 6 - What color is the WampServer icon (in the noti
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7 months ago
xPrinceShayjayx
Hello, I recently followed the tutorial for creating virtual hosts here: After going through all those steps, however, and making sure that I did every step completely, when I attempt to visit my server from the outside (via my IP adress or domain name, NOT from Localhost), I get a "forbidden: You don't have permission to access / on this server" error. How can I make this go away?
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8 months ago
Bogomip
Dear all, I am getting a 'forbidden' error when I try to access my website locally using wamp server. This all worked fine until I upgraded to Windows 10. I have disabled IIS and reconfigured the hosts file as was specified in the troubleshooting post. I have also checked my httpd.conf (to the best of my ability as it is poorly formatted for some reason - no line breaks!) and all seems to
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8 months ago
Wonkaewt
use the WAMP v2.5 must release the mysql access from outside connections. whenever I try to connect out to my MySQL I get the following error message. Forbidden You do not have permission to access / phpmyadmin / on this server. Apache / 2.4.9 (Win64) PHP / 5.5.12 Server at Port 1xx.xx.xx.xxx X0X0 Could someone help me solve this problem? Taking advantage was wondering if it is possi
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8 months ago
fjallis
1 - Windows version used (Specify version number AND whether 32 or 64 bit): 10, 64 bit 2 - Version WampServer (Specify version number AND whether 32 or 64 bit): 2.5, 32 bit 3 - Apache Version: 2.4.9 4 - PHP Version: 5.5.12 5 - MySQL Version: 5.6.17 6 - What color is the WampServer icon (in the notification area of the taskbar): Green 7 - In the file c:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts, wh
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8 months ago
MC_WRX
Hi everyone. I have a strange problem, I tried to update the phpMyAdmin to latest version, current 4.1.14, latest 4.5.3.1. If I copy the entire folder "phpmyadmin4.5.3.1" to .../wamp/apps/, I get the 403 Error, although I have updated the conf. files and set the correct path to the pma folder. But if just copy the new files to the old "phpmyadmin4.1.14" folder it works fine.
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11 months ago
PCAAdmin
Hello, my problem falls under the same header but presumeably is different nevertheless. First, my System: Win7, WAMPServer 2.5, everthing setup as instructed and have a nicely running localhost with phpadmin and all. The WAMP's home is E:\wamp\ I then configered two vhosts in their own vhosts file (including the appropriate INCLUDE in httpd.conf) like this: # Virtual Hosts for MBI Offic
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1 year ago
RiggsFolly
Checks to be made if you have a problem after installing Wampserver. Most of these checks can be done before installing WampServer. Note : Do not reply to this message. Create a New discussion to describe your problem in a clear and detailed manner (With Versions of your System, Apache, PHP, MySQL, EXACT error message, etc.) Prerequisites : --- The Wampmanager icon in the taskbar MUST
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1 year ago
MarisStella
I am trying to install Wampserver in order to then install Wordpress in order to develop a website. I have previously tried to set up some kind of server in order to do this, but it didn't work, and I do not remember what program or steps I tried to use except that I had to go into a Windows permissions area and check or uncheck boxes about Windows' ability to act as a server. The problem (or
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1 year ago
suja
I installed in one of the computer wamp server of latest version. Apache : 2.4.9, Mysql : 5.6.17, Php : 5.5.12. I want to access phpmyadmin in another computer. But I am getting the forbidden message : You don't have permission to access /phpmyadmin/ on this server. I changed C:wamp/alias/phpmyadmin.conf file. I cleared these given below line Deny from all Allow from localhost ::1 12
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1 year ago
joshd
1 - Windows version used --windows 7 pro 64 bit 2 - Version WampServer --2.5 64bit 3 - Apache Version--2.4.9 4 - PHP Version--5.5.1 5 - MySQL Version--5.6.17 6 - What color is the WampServer icon--Green When all goes well it should be green, but it may be red or orange. If you find any errors that you cannot fix for yourself please post the COMPLETE EXACT error message in your qu
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1 year ago
krommenaas
1 - Windows 8. Dunno 32bit or 64bit. It's a rather recent laptop if that helps. 2 - Version WampServer: 2.5 (current version dl'd yesterday), 32bit 3 - Apache Version: 2.4.9 4 - PHP Version: 5.5.12 5 - MySQL Version: 5.6.17 6 - What color is the WampServer icon: GREEN 7 - hosts file has 1 line 127.0.0.1 localhost 8 - Do you have access to localhost (Homepage WampServer)? YES 9 - Do
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1 year ago
nmichel3
Hello, By advance sorry for my english which is not perfect. I'll try to expose my problem on wich I'm working for 3 days now without finding issue. 1 - Windows 7 x64 (Integrale edition) 2 - WAMPServer 2.5 3 - Apache Version 2.4.9 4 - PHP Version 5.5.12 5 - MySQL Version 5.6.17 6 - WampServer icon is green. I have access to localhost with "localhost" address but not with
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1 year ago
BillGarner
I have just loaded WampServer on my Windows 7 machine and cannot get the icon to turn green. The system details are shown below: Operating System Windows 7 Professional 32 bit Service Pack 1 WampServer Version 2.5 Apache : 2.4.9 MySQL : 5.6.17 PHP : 5.5.12 PHPMyAdmin : 4.1.14 SqlBuddy : 1.3.3 XDebug : 2.2.5 Icon is Orange SQL Serice Loaded Apache not loaded System Log er
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1 year ago
VirtualMe
My Problem/ Question Hello, I can't see what I've done wrong and I'm hoping additional sets of eyes might find the problem. As of right now I've setup two virtual hosts, one works (Joomla) and the other doesn't (WordPress). The two '<VirtualHost>' configurations are identical with the obvious exception that they're in different directories. Because this problem exists without "
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1 year ago
RiggsFolly
Hi Sledge, Well the first thing that I noticed was that you said that you have access to everything that came with the WAMPServer install i.e. the homepage/phpMyAdmin ... etc. So it was a straight forward case of installing the program, then using it! All problems you have after that are of your own making! Presumably due to lack of experience/knowledge !! Now the first thing th
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1 year ago
Sledgehammer
Requested information: Windows 7 32-bit Apache 2.4.9 PHP 5.5.12 MySQL 5.6.17 WampServer icon: green Re Question 7: 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.0.1 first-project ::1 localhost ::1 first-project Re Question 8: Yes, I have access to absolutely everything except my procjects (under 'Your Projects'). Re Question 9: Yes, I can access phpMyAdmin. Re Question 10: 'Forbidden.
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1 year ago
ecocentral
I can run the installed joomla apps on wampserver but access is denied to phpmyadmin4.1.14 I was able to access it before but suddenly I am locked out. Perhaps there is a password I am missing but the option to use one is not showing. I just get the error Forbidden You don't have permission to access /phpmyadmin/ on this server. Apache/2.4.9 (Win32) PHP/5.5.12 Server at localhost Port 80
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1 year ago
vcteo
I have earlier commented them out. But now I've removed them. This is how it looks like now # Virtual Hosts # # Required modules: mod_log_config # If you want to maintain multiple domains/hostnames on your # machine you can setup VirtualHost containers for them. Most configurations # use only name-based virtual hosts so the server doesn't need to worry about # IP addresses. This is ind
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