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    learning to manage linux, apache, mysql, php, html, css, and probably joomla sometime between now and 30 days from now <br /><br />of course, now isn't the now that was now when i wrote now - that detail keeps this interest somewhere in the realm of the reasonable while at the same time having a hint of the potential for discouragement due to the open-ended nature of the span.<br /><br />oh, and to do that while developing good content and its support *and* maintaining something of a life outside these interests.<br /><br />that "something of a life" reserves for good friends, good music, good ideas, good events, and a desire for respectable accomplishment. <br /><br />questions such as "your interests?" are either not answered, answered with less than fullness, or answered something like this answer; remember, you asked.<br /><br />now i will amend my profile.<br />
  1. what does "User-agent: * Disallow: /" mean when its displayed at the top of the useragent (in this case opera)? regards,
  2. there is an excellent windows based management tool for mysql that is available for download at: http://www.sqldeveloper.net/index.php best,
  3. reg

    just for fun

    how many different browsers use agent strings and how many different strings are there? take a guess, then look: http://www.zytrax.com/tech/web/browser_ids.htm best,
  4. running services such as ftp, http, smtp (mail), irc, etc. etc. on one or more of the systems on a lan involves port forwarding. i've found this information available at www.portforward.com useful: if you want background and details: 1. guides: www.portforward.com/guides.htm 2. port forwarding from 0 to 60 and beyond www.portforward.com/help/pfprogression.htm if you just want to do it: 1. how2 setup a static ip on your system: www.portforward.com/networking/staticip.htm 2. find your dsl modem/router, see how2 set it to forward a port. www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm best,
  5. just a note in passing. it appears that office mail 2 is now the only vsn of office mail available from burrotech best,
  6. whoa! do i feel dumb (again). best,
  7. hello all, i'm working through graeme merrall's nice (and dense) php/mysql tutorial found on webmonkey. part way through that tutorial graeme begins a section that he notes builds on an earlier webmonkey tutorial involving html forms, and suggests that any unfamiliar with it go look at it. knowing at least something about html forms, i'd not take the dirversion except that his php will be building an anchor tag (while he's (apparently) slipping in little things like php recursion), and i don't understand what the anchor tag he's building has to do with html forms. ok, im'a gonna set graeme's tutorial aside and go look_at/do the html form tutorial to ground myself in what graeme's building on. sure enough, there's this in the html form tutorial: <form method="get" action="http://www.myserver.com/cgi-bin/mailscript/"> </form> the html tutorial tells me that this "get" action involves a "forms script" and that "The action attribute provides the correct path to where the form script is processed." "processed" or resides? i don't know. i do believe i'll find out. so, i need a "mailscript" and i (appear to) need a cgi-bin under ~\www before i can continue with the html form diversion. humm... the "cgi-bin" isn't under~\www, its under ~\udrive. ok. im'a gonna go look for mail processing scripts and stash one in ~\www\cgi-bin. thing is, i'd like to know if there is anything lurking over the horizon involving cgi that i should know before i begin this second diversion. is there an apparent answer to that question at this time? best,
  8. reg

    changing mysql default port

    I have now. It was an interesting and informative diversion and information gained while (far) afield may be useful, but its time to return to the mainline of Uniform Server. Best,
  9. reg

    changing mysql default port

    Things get more interesting. *********** from php.ini ; Default port number for mysql_connect(). If unset, mysql_connect() will use ; the $MYSQL_TCP_PORT or the mysql-tcp entry in /etc/services or the ; compile-time value defined MYSQL_PORT (in that order). Win32 will only look ; at MYSQL_PORT. "... Win32 will only look at MYSQL_PORT." *********** recovered from from mysqld-opt.exe The port the master is listening on. If not set, the compiled setting of MYSQL_PORT is assumed. If you have not tinkered with configure options, this should be 3306. The value in master.info will take precedence if it can be read. *********** ... compiled setting..., and neither '3306' or its hexadecimal repre- sentation (0CEA (halfword)) can be found in mysqld-opt.exe. Normally, this would be source code time, and there are indications (open text within mysqld-opt.exe) that its available, however mysqld- opt.exe has relatives: mysqld-nt.exe, and mysqld-nt-max.exe. mysqld- opt.exe may have been chosen for Uniform Server as it will run under 98se. I may end this line of investigation to simply continue developing in and with Uniform Server. Time passes, but it has been interesting so far. Have not decided yet. Best,
  10. reg

    changing mysql default port

    Although I've gained from looking, we can call my reason(s) idiosyncratic and be pretty much accurate. Yep, I feel guilty not having looked for/at the manual you mentioned earlier. I'll look for it (phpMyAdmin Manual?) on the net. I'll watch for it. I am late in responding to your post. Sorry about that. I've been busy. I'll alter things as you note above this evening and let you know how it goes. Thanks. Best, Alan
  11. reg

    changing mysql default port

    should have said that aside from php.ini and my-small.cnf php_mysql.dll and mysqlid-opt.exe are the *only* files that contain the string '3306'. i am not a c programmer but i am a very experienced assembly language programmer in mainframe realtime reentrant and non- reentrant environments, and i've a fair amount of experience writing drivers for motorola chips, so source code per-se dosen't bother me and i may find what's going on in those programs - and i may find that i can edit the object files directly that would be fun. i've not edited object code in bunches of years. so, is the source code for these programs available somewhere? best,
  12. reg

    changing mysql default port

    known clean system. same things. the link library 'php_mysqli.dll' and the executable 'mysqld-opt.exe' contain the string '3306'. is the source code for these programs available somewhere that you know of?
  13. reg

    changing mysql default port

    restarted the pc essentially the same response (only one path tested). although i believe the only changes i've made to the default 3.5 setup are those as per the docs relating to security when net access is enabled, and mysql's default port, i will do a fresh install of 3.5 this evening and then test having altered only php.ini and my-small.cnf for the port change. best,
  14. reg

    changing mysql default port

    3304? interesting... i'll look for it next session. log of most recent session: as per ric @ http://forum.uniformserver.com/index.php?showtopic=1316 ~\udrive\usr\local\mysql\bin\my-small.cnf (altered fragment below) [client] # password=my_p # # port=3306 altered 10/31/07 port=3400 #socket=MySQL # # Here is entri # The following # The MySQL ser [mysqld] # #port=3306 altered 10/31/07 port=3400 # #socket=MySQL ~\udrive\usr\local\php\php.ini (altered fragment below) ; Default port number for mysqli_connect(). If unset, mysqli_connect() will use ; the $MYSQL_TCP_PORT or the mysql-tcp entry in /etc/services or the ; compile-time value defined MYSQL_PORT (in that order). Win32 will only look ; at MYSQL_PORT. ; ; mysqli.default_port = 3306 altered 11/01/07 ; mysqli.default_port = 3400 ; ; Default socket name for local MySQL connects. If empty, uses the built-in ; MySQL defaults. ; mysqli.default_socket = looking for phpmydmin configuration: no *.php, *.inf or *.conf file in or below ~\udrive\... contains $"3306" other than php.ini and my-small.cnf files as shown above. with above alters: 1. started uniform server via 'start.bat'. a. w2k pro task mgr shows mysqld-opt.exe running. b. apanel: phpinfo() reports without error (fragment): directive local master mysqli.default_port 3400 3400 c. apanel: perl environment reports without error d. apanel: apache info reports without error e. apanel: all configuration links function without error f. apanel: phpadmin - error-> "access denied" error msg: Welcome to phpMyAdmin 2.10.2 Error MySQL said: #2003 - Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (10061) g. apanel: error log viewer: - [Thu Nov 01 23:23:20 2007] [notice] Child 804: Starting 250 worker threads. - [Thu Nov 01 23:23:20 2007] [notice] Child 804: Acquired the start mutex. - [Thu Nov 01 23:23:20 2007] [notice] Child 804: Child process is running - [Thu Nov 01 23:23:20 2007] [notice] Parent: Created child process 804 - [Thu Nov 01 23:23:20 2007] [notice] Server built: Jul 27 2006 15:55:03 - [Thu Nov 01 23:23:20 2007] [notice] Apache/2.0.59 (Win32) PHP/5.2.3 configured -- resuming normal operations 2. opening shell in ~\usr\local\mysql\bin\ a. executing 'mysql -uroot -pmypassword' b. response from kerio firewall: 'MYSQL.EXE' from your computer wants to connect to [my system name] [127.0.0.1], port 3306 c. access granted. e. mysql responds with error: ERROR 2003 (HY000): Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (10061) 3. at apanel: a. executing 'stop mysql' b. response from kerio firewall: 'MYSQLADMIN.EXE' from your computer wants to connect to [my system name] [127.0.0.1], port 3306 app: w:\usr\local\mysql\bin\mysqladmin.exe c. manually access via port 3306 d. apanel: issued 'stop mysql', response: » Stop MySQL Stopping MySQL mysqld-opt.exe is running. MySQL server stopped. e. w2k pro task mgr shows mysqld-opt.exe running f. apanel: issued 'shutdown server', response: » Server Shutdown Verify Shutdown Click on Shutdown! and the server will be automatically shut down. Shutdown! g. apanel: issued verify of shutdown' h. response from kerio firewall: 'MYSQLADMIN.EXE' from your computer wants to connect to [my system name] [127.0.0.1], port 3306 app: w:\usr\local\mysql\bin\mysqladmin.exe i. manually permitted access via port 3306. j. response from kerio firewall: (not an editing error. kerio asked twice) 'MYSQLADMIN.EXE' from your computer wants to connect to [my system name] [127.0.0.1], port 3306 app: w:\usr\local\mysql\bin\mysqladmin.exe k. manually permitted access via port 3306. l. w2k pro task mgr shows mysqld-opt.exe running m. killed mysqld-opt.exe via w2k pro task mgr. the hunt continues... best,
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