I have a version of WAMP5 Version 1.4.3 on my Windows XP PC. I would like to uninstall this and upgrade to the latest version - but I am unable to uninstall the program. I do not have any record of Wamp in my control panel - under Add/Remove Programs - nor do I have an 'uninstall wampserver' link in the 'Start' menu, or any unins000.exe file. I can see wamp files under C:wamp - including the wampserver.exe - but no reference to an uninstall file. I am a complete novice with Wamp - this version of Wamp was installed by a third party.
I want to uninstall php5beta4 which was installed using the .tar.gz source code. I delete the module "libphp5.so" under the apache2 module directory, and then delete all files under /usr/local/lib/php.
And then i reinstall the php5, something strange happen: I use phpinfo function to print the php information, The "Build date" is not the date i just reinstall but the date i install last time. That may mean the php5 installed last time haven't been unistalled.
Can someone tell me how to uninstall php clearly which was installed using the source code?
I have been having a number of problems trying to get php to connec to mysql and have decided that it would be best to do a complete reinstall using xampp. Before doing so however, I want to remove my existing php, mysql etc. I uninstall PHP properly from windows xp pro. If this doesn't work I am going to look at asp.net because trying to get this to work has been completely rediculous.
I want to install a php4 rpm, but it says I have php3 installed already and to uninstall it. I did a search and the only thing I found was that I should delete all the php stuff I can find. I *think* it was installed binary style, not with an rpm. If I do it this way, should I edit any conf files also? Please help as I can not find anything on how to remove a binary installation!
I am an experienced web designer, programmer and IT teacher. I use PHP extensively and decided to avoid having to uload php files to my ISP for testing by installing Apache and PHP on my computer. After many weeks of struggling to get PHP, MySQL, Apache installed, I must now give up to presrve my sanity. Apache and MySqL installed and functioned without problem, but PHP just would not function despite studying 3 text books and every FAQ on the internet.
The installation instructions have great big gaps in them, and what instruction there are ask me to locate sections of the 'conf' file which don't exist. Now I wish to remove the PHP program and its files from my computer but there is no PHP program shown in the Add/Remove programs list. Does any one know how to safely remove this flakey mess of a program (PHP5)?
I have tried multiple times to install a secure MySQL/PHP/Apache application on Red Hat 7.2 but I keep on running into issues.
I want to give it another try and I am wondering how to uninstall past installations of apache/php/mysql. My targets have always been /usr/local/[APP]. Do I just need to remove the /usr/local/[APP] directories that were created during the installation.
I'm finding that there are some items I should have enabled when I compiled it (LDAP support). even though it is running fine with the web server configured. I'm a Unix system. I would like to recompile PHP5 with extra options enabled. Is it as easy as shutting down my web server and recompiling it? That way, when I bring up my web server again, all the options are there. * If not, how do I uninstall PHP5? (I'd like to know this answer just in case I ever need to do a clean install.).
How do you uninstall MySQL from Windows...? I installed Foxserv (foxserv.net), so I could develop locally on my Windows machine (XP). Now I need to uninstall it...I've stopped it as a service in the Administrative Tools, but there is no option to uninstall.
I canceled the install of mysql 5 and now I can't access my databases. mysql 4.1.14 is still installed (it was atleast).
After I canceled the instal, it said completed (not canceled) so I checked add/remove programs and I removed mysql 5 becauee I thought it would interfere with my current install...
it seems that it also removed my old mysql service. I have tried reinstalling mysql 4.1.14 as a service but it wont start "Could not start the MySQL service on Local Computer. Error 1067: the process terminated unexpectedly."
whenever i type a pear command i get the following error:
Failed loading /usr/lib/php5/20060613/xdebug.so: /usr/lib/php5/20060613/xdebug.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
This started happening after I uninstalled the extension. I uninstalled it b/c I realized that I had already had it installed via ubuntu. Now, I just keep getting that error. I guess I could install it again with pear, but rather just get rid of the error.
I'm using WAMP which is installed at "C:\wamp\". But I changed the directory root to "D:\www\" and its been working for awhile but I'm I'm trying to use PEAR and it's not working. I ran go-pear.exe and put everything in but when I try in include Mail.php (which I did install) I get the folowing error.Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required 'Mail.php' (include_path='.;C:\php5\pear') in D:\www\languages\php\mail\send.php on line 2
Has anyone ever used WAMP on CD? I imagine it works really well but i've got a db connectivity issue. I have copied the database to the /database folder as a .sql file and used the following code to connect to the db from the relevant pages:
i just installed WAMP in my Pc and when i type localhost the WAMP5 Homepage works well. I made the "Hello World" and put it on www folder with filename hello.php on a directory samples and when i click on the projects the samples directory appears and the file hello.php also appears but when i click on the file,
nothing appears on the webpage instead of printing "Hello World". I tried to create other files but they all do the same, nothing appears on the webpage.
My hosting company just told me that in order for me to use php on their server I need to have the .php4 extension in all my php scripts, and otherwise php won't work. I have been using WAMP for a few weeks and it only seems to work with .PHP extension files, I am sure there's a way to make it work with .php4 extensions as well, just need to know how.
I need to get a large database (~350 mb) from a Windows (WAMP) server to my Linux (LAMP) server. Actually that's not strictly true. The windows machine containing the data is database only the active webserver and php are on a separate windows machine. That said, can i run mysqldump on the windows machine from the command line? Will the resulting file be compatible with mySQL import on the Linux machine?
"WAMP" is an acronym formed from the initials of the operating system (Windows) and the package's principal components: Apache, MySQL and PHP (or Perl or Python). Personally I use XAMPP Lite, but thats because I haven't tried anything else. I've just been looking as to how to install SQLBuddy on it, and can't find out.
I've heard about the Uniform Server as well as WAMP5.