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pirateMike

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  1. I am trying to install the phar extension into the 5.6a nano server. After spending several hours trying to compile it using the PEAR installer, I gave up after reading numerous posts that the installer does not work with windows. The only other alternative I knew of was to download a precompiled .dll file. Once again after quite some time searching I found one at http://kromann.info/download.php?strFolder...strIndex=PHP5_2. I followed any and every instruction I could find on installing the extension, which basically came down to copying the file to the extensions folder and adding a line to the php.ini file. In the end, I am still unable to make use of phar. When I try, I get the following error: "Fatal error: Class 'Phar' not found in P:\UniServer\www\pages\tci\phar.php on line 2". Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Mike Ellzey
  2. Thanks alot for your efforts Ric. I'll keep trying to find a way around this and will post any success I have. Mike
  3. I've been using Uniform Server off and on for a number of months quite successfully. Previously I had Mysql Administrator installed and it worked normally. I have recently been forced to wipe and reinstall windows. Since windows has been re-installed I tried to re-install Mysql Administrator but this time get an error msg when launched. Error msg reads: "Either the server service or configuration file could not be found. Startup variables and service section are therefore disable." I'm running XP sp3. The service pack was not installed when it worked previously so I don't know if that could be causing the problem. My dad also uses Uniform Server on a Windows 2000 system and said he has had the same problem since he first started using it. I have uninstalled and re-installed the GUI Tools several time using several versions and all give the same error. Also, I have searched the web and it seems WAMP users have this problem as well, but I was not able to find a solution on any of the sites I read through. I use the Mysql GUI Tools quite a bit, so for me not using it is not an option. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance, Mike
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