Run A Project Running On Wamp/xampp Server Using System's IP Address In Place Of Localhost?
Actually I'm making a web project using Wamp server, and to run the same I access it using the usual local-host address, as we do while building a project on our PC. But to share my project with my friends, I want to make access using the IP address of my computer. ut when I make such an access it is not able to connect, which is not the case with my friend's project.After I failed accessing using the Wamp Server, I installed Xamp Server, the project can be accessed using local host with both the servers (running one at a time) but not when accessed using my PC's IP address (which I find using [URL]
Installed PHP and MySql separately, configured IIS and php.ini, after much research a working system.want to get moving and need an ORM, unit test framework, etc and find that this should all be available via PEAR and that PEAR is already installed with every PHP after 4.3 but there's no go-pear.I downloaded it from pear.php.net/go-pear and got a slew of warnings and finally an error.is WAMP/XAMPP "required" to use any PHP extension?
why does my PHP 5.3.4(from windows.php.net)come without PEAR when nearly every site and forum post says its should?what does this errors from go-pear.does pear require WAMP/XAMPP as it clearly isn't expecting IIS?We found php.exe under c:program filesphpphp.exe, it uses an unknown SAPI.PE AR commandline tool has not been tested with it, if you have a CLI(or CGI)php.exe available, we strongly recommand to use it.
To date, I have created my website using only HTML and CSS. While I am in no way an expert, I do now feel comfortable enough with this, and am looking to create some more dynamic content. Having done the usual googling, reading of forums and trying to make sense of Kevin Yank's book, I'm not sure what my next step should be. My PC runs on Windows Vista My shared hosting package with Hostgator (Linux) gives me access to MySQL databases, MySQL Database Wizard, phpMyAdmin and Remote MySQL.
For my own understanding (and to save bandwidth I guess), I am contemplating downloading WAMP, XAMPP or installing each individually, so that I can review what I'm doing locally. However either WAMP or XAMPP is my preference as I'd rather walk before I can run. I've just read that I can get a XAMPP download for windows...this confuses me as I thought the 'X' stood for cross-platform. Maybe I'm just looking for problems.
i got a problem on undefined index...but if i use Xampp i can run in nicely with our error..but in wamp it say undefined index... what i supposed to do.... so that i can run it in both xampp and wamp nicely
i have downloaded some files which have .php extension.Then i installed wamp server on my pc. but couldnot be able to view those files.i have also turned off the IIS from the add/remove windows program.still i am not able to view the pages.
I have 2 pc (desktop and laptop) connected through a local network wherein PC1 is the web server and PC2 is some sort of a backup facility. how can I synchronize both pc wherein all data are also stored in PC2 at the same time?
Setting Up 5 (Wamp) Server Looking For Suggestions.
We are setting up our own ISP (server) with Windows 2003 Standard Edition, Ms SQL 2005 and Wamp and our consulting company is setting up the hardware (and 2003 server software along with MS SQL 2005) and I am going to setup WAMP on it (with PHP5) and was looking for feedback on the PHP5 settings.
Has anyone setup a 'true server' like this?
I have my personal machine with WAMP and PHP5 but it is not hosted on the Internet only our Intranet, so I am safe with the standard settings and not concerned about security or speed.
I'm putting together a PHP/SQL based helpdesk system here at work and I'm having some trouble getting it to run on a windows system.
I've tried e-novative WAMP and wamp from wampserver.com and neither of these seem to display PHP variables at all. they just leave them blank. So I tried uniform server from uniformserver.com and this actually seemed to work.
Now I'm using a book to learn and it's called PHP5/MySQL Programming for the absolute beginner but when I get to a certain part the PHP stops working properly. Now I'll give the code and if somebody could tell me if it's my server or the code that's not right then I can continue with my project. Code:
have just installed wamp server on windows. In the www folder, if I write a simple php method I get the result. But if I try to install an earlier project, I am getting a parse error at the end of the file i.e. where the </html> tag ends.
I have been trying to get WAMP on my work computer to connect to work's mail server to test some pages that customers will use to request information.Looking at the log files I notice the following line
At 1st, 2nd and 3rd glance I can see nothing wrong with that line (though country is chosen via a drop down menu with australai as the default). Maybe the fault is higher up? The only thing I could possibly see is that Code: $media = $_POST['media']; is this. 'Media' refers a 2 radio button set. Have I set this up correctly. What could be wrong in the php.ini and whay does the ini_set() actually do or how do i use it?
How to import file in wamp server? I have a database file named as db.opt .I want to save this file in proper location so that I can access database from wamp server..Its showing unable to access database everytime. I saved those file in wamp inmysqlmysql5.1.36data. But I cant access database when trying to run the pages.
Run WAMP 2.0 On A Windows Server And It Has Version 5.2.5?
I'm currently running WAMP 2.0 on a Windows server and it has PHP Version 5.2.5. I would like to update WAMP to the latest version but more importantly update PHP to 5.3.x so that I can take advantage of all the namespace goodness. I was wondering if anyone had any pointers for going about this and any pitfalls I should look out for when I do update. Will I need to update my extensions? Can I just download the latest version and drop it in to the WAMP PHP bin directory?