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    403 Forbidden error

    Could you explain WHY it should work now? I've seen this error also, but would appreciate an explaination of what is happening and what was done to fix the problem.. Thanks
  2. Sorry for the delay in replying. Your suggestion (quoted below) worked, I am running under US3.5 now. Apparently an earlier version of MySQL was starting by default an was not being removed by the stop.bat file from Version 3.5. I have removed earlier versions of US from my system and the problem does not reoccur. Thanks for your help Olajide!
  3. No, I don't use 3Ds MaX. This runs on a Dell Latitude CP with neomagic's video processor. There are no errors on startup, BUT, I must start with nothing else running or php scripts will timeout (30 seconds limit in php.ini). It only times-out if I have something else running, forcing too much disk swapping to cache. I solved this problem earlier by changing the script limit to 300 seconds in php.ini. NOTE: I did not change the script timeout limit on the new install of US3.5...
  4. I found 7 instances of this DLL on my hardrive. All are in the usr\local\php folder of an installation of Uniform Server(3.2a, 3.3 or 3.5) or in the zipped master copy. NO copies of this DLL are found the Windows SYSTEM or SYSTEM32 folders... I've copied all my US installations to a USB drive and deleted all of it from my harddrive. I'll re-install US3.5 fresh and see if it makes any difference... Update: The cleanout and reinstall did not solve the problem. The same error is posted (see top of my first message). Any other suggestions about what could cause it? Thanks
  5. I'm unable to run phpMyAdmin in a NEWLY INSTALLED COPY of Uniform Server 3.5 (Apollo) under Win XP. No other changes to the installed code, no website yet in the www folder and no user data. I get an "access denied" error through Firefox and a message window that says the following --------- Welcome to phpMyAdmin 2.10.2 Error MySQL said: ? #2003 - Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (10061) --------- From reading messages on the US message forum, I have tried the following: 1) Fresh install from latest download of US3.5 zip file and/or the .exe file. 2) Checked for previous versions of Uniform Server and for MySQL/Apache. I found a copy of mysqld-opt.exe running a process ( found with Win XP taskmanager). I ended this process. 3) I ran the Stop.bat file from all three versions of Uniform Server (I have them all on my laptop). NOTE: the mysqld-opt.exe process IS NOT removed or ended by the Stop batch files... 4) From a cold boot of Windows, A fresh installation of US3.5 from the zip file, Running Server_Start.bat to start US3.5, I found the following processes running (Win XP Taskmanager reports): ------ Apache.exe (one instance, about 3508+Kb) Apache.exe (second instance, about 700kb) mysqld-opt.exe (one instance,1.144kb) uniserv.exe (one instance, 28kb) ------ 5) I DID NOT change the default usernames/passwords for anything. All are set to root. 6) I've installed THREE different websites, one of which uses a MySQL database (it fails to open since it needs username/passwords and I cannot edit it's database with phpMyAdmin...), This site works under US3.3 and US3.2a. The OTHER two sites work correctly (no database needed), under US3.5. 7) I've checked for php cookies, found none, but I did run the Stop.bat file and closed the Firefox tabs (and ended Firefox also). According to suggestions on the board, this should have removed php's cookie that may cause this problem... It doesn't fix the phpMyAdmin failure. 8) I've installed virtual hosts (which work under US3.3 and US3.2a). The Windows Hosts file contains these additional lines: -------- 127.0.0.1 localhost #localhost:80 127.0.0.1 www.twpdev.com #TWP Marketing Development Center 127.0.0.1 www.gadgetsforgold.com #GadgetsForGold.com 127.0.0.1 www.twpmarketing.com #TWP Marketing.com 127.0.0.1 www.stopbrite.com #Stopbrite.com (dead) -------- These virtual hosts are correctly reported on the US3.5 Admin Virtual Hosts page. These same Virtual Hosts are declared in the Apache httpd.conf file as follows: ------ NameVirtualHost * <VirtualHost *> ServerName localhost:80 DocumentRoot /www </VirtualHost> ##########VIRTUAL HOST SETUP########## # TWP Marketing Development Directory <VirtualHost *> ServerName www.twpdev.com DocumentRoot /www/twpdev </VirtualHost> ##########VIRTUAL HOST SETUP########## # www.GadgetsfForGold.com <VirtualHost *> ServerName www.gadgetsforgold.com DocumentRoot /www/gfg </VirtualHost> ##########VIRTUAL HOST SETUP########## # www.twpmarketing.com <VirtualHost *> ServerName www.twpmarketing.com DocumentRoot /www/twp </VirtualHost> ##########VIRTUAL HOST SETUP########## # www.stopbrite.com <VirtualHost *> ServerName www.stopbrite.com DocumentRoot /www/sb </VirtualHost> ------ I'm open to suggestions about what may be causing this problem.
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