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    Fix for PDO crashes server

    Thanks, Ric! Works perfectly.
  2. Hi! I tried the PDO-fix found here (using php-5.2.9-2-Win32.zip, couldn't find the -1 version of that file) and it worked perfectly. However - when I open phpMyAdmin and try to view a database the server crashes. If I restore the libmysql.dll to the older version phpMyAdmin works as it should, but PDO doesn't. Is there something more I need to do to make it work? /Pont
  3. I never liked the new manager interface which forced me to scroll the page with up/down buttons. It was slow and tedious. Now I have finally made a small change to re-enable ordinary scrolling via mousewheel. In \diskw\home\admin\www\index.php <frameset cols="220,*" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" frameborder="0" border="0" borderwidth="0"> <frame src="navigation.php" name="navigation" scrolling="no" noresize="noresize" id="navigation" /> <frame src="start.php" name="content" scrolling="no" noresize="noresize" id="content" /> has been changed to <frameset cols="230,*" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" frameborder="0" border="0" borderwidth="0"> <frame src="navigation.php" name="navigation" scrolling="yes" noresize="noresize" id="navigation" /> <frame src="start.php" name="content" scrolling="yes" noresize="noresize" id="content" /> In \diskw\home\admin\www\navigation.php comment out or remove the following <div id="staticbuttons" style="position:absolute;"> <a href="java script:" onmouseover="myspeed=-thespeed" onmouseout="myspeed=0"> <img src="images/arrows_up.gif" alt="Scoll Up" /></a> <a href="java script:" onmouseover="myspeed=thespeed" onmouseout="myspeed=0"> <img src="images/arrows_dn.gif" alt="Scoll Down" /></a> </div> <script type="text/javascript" src="js/scroller.js"></script> And in \diskw\home\admin\www\includes\footer.php comment out or remove the following <div id="staticbuttons" style="position:absolute;"> <a href="java script:" onmouseover="myspeed=-thespeed" onmouseout="myspeed=0"> <img src="images/arrows_up.gif" alt="Scoll Up" /></a> <a href="java script:" onmouseover="myspeed=thespeed" onmouseout="myspeed=0"> <img src="images/arrows_dn.gif" alt="Scoll Down" /></a> </div> <script type="text/javascript" src="js/scroller.js"></script> Hope this is useful for someone Pont
  4. I googled for "Out of environment space" and found a fix. Adding SHELL=C:\COMMAND.COM /E:4096 /P to config.sys fixes the problem. However, the dos window declares that the server is up and running, but I can't connect to it.
  5. Um, no, I was not using the UPXed version. I used the UniServer3_3_NO_UPX.zip file. And slowness was not the problem. Back to your question - I don't use the /a/ redirect. I just start the server and everything works like a charm with automatic /apanel/ redirection. However, I can still use /a/ and if I do I get the /apanel// url with double slashes. If I use /a it works correctly and if I use /apanel the redirect doesn't work at all. I then browsed the httpd.conf file since this felt like a configuration error. I'm not very familiar with server configuration, but I found two places where the settings seemed a little odd. I changed Alias /apanel/ "/home/admin/www/" Redirect permanent /a http://localhost/apanel/ to Alias /apanel "/home/admin/www/" Redirect permanent /a http://localhost/apanel And now it seems to work perfectly. /a, /a/ and /apanel all redirects to /apanel/ and no double slashes present. I haven't got a clue if this is the right way to do it, but perhaps it can help.
  6. This is fantastic work! However - I did bump into a few problems when running it. First - I have eagerly awaited this release since it advertised win98 compatibility. Unfortunately no luck. I get an error declaring it can't find redirect.html. The W:\ disk is created but the server is not running. Disabling the firewall does not help. I get the following (translated) message: The server is working on the disk w:\ [http/127.0.0.1/apanel/] Out of environment space. Can't find the file \redirect.html (or one of its components). Check that you entered the correct path and filename and that all necessary DLL-files is available. Second - I then ran the server on another machine with winXP. The server started up allright, but the redirect to /apanel/ didn't work and a page not available message was displayed. I then tried the old /a/ instead and that did the trick. The url looked slightly odd though since it sported double slashes after apanel - http://localhost/apanel//. I then killed the server and started it again and this time everything worked. A temporary snag or something wrong with the configuration? Third - I couldn't get phpMyAdmin to work. The error message said it couldn't find the localized lang file needed for an include. The program automatically tried to start the program localized but when it couldn't find the langfiles it displayed the error message. This was easilly corrected by downloading phpMyAdmin and adding the missing lang files to the lang directory. Since this happens automatically and every lang file except the english ones are missing, this will be a problem for every user on a non-english computer. Not so great. Admitted, the problem lies with phpMyAdmin, but maybe you should disable this "feature" if you want to save space and not include the other lang files. Fourth - This is not an error but an observation. I like the new admin panel very much, but I find the scroll system is getting in the way. It looks cool but makes it harder to scroll the screen and to see how long a page is. For example, getting to the bottom of the phpinfo() page is a real pain. Consider changing this, please. Regards Pont
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