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  1. Znote

    Wrong start?

    I also had some problems with this randomly. My current solution is to just start apache and mysql manually: /usr/local/apache2/bin/apache2.exe /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld.exe or something like that. Gonna try to do some research on why exacly unitray stopped working later when I got some time.
  2. I am very interested in this NginX 1.3.4 plugin, how does it work? Why is it considered a plugin, instead of replacing Apache? I heard engine-x was a very attractive http server engine, and is favoured over apache in several aspects.
  3. Ahaha, Uniform Server on raspberry pi <3. I like the idea, however I don't think Android has a big enough user-base that it will be worth it. Rooted android can also install apache, php, mysql server pretty easily.
  4. I dont think you have Microsoft Visual C++ 2008: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/deta...0D-3802B2AF5FC2 Install this, its from microsoft.com so you shouldnt worry about it. Then try to start Uniform Server.
  5. Disable IIS so it wont occupy port 80. Or just change its port if it keeps messing up:
  6. Windows 2003 64bit seem to have this problem. I can not reproduce it on 32bit. I assume there is some problems with uniserv having permission to check and modify these files. However if .htaccess and htpasswd is modified to your liking they should be secure. Even thought apanel notifies you they are unprotected. Also uniform server should be pretty secure by default. What you need to do is to avoid "config" based phpmyadmin, change it over to cookie. (And give root and pma a password) People outside localhost or 127.0.0.1 does not have default permission into your apanel or mysql web-based client. (phpmyadmin). And you can modify .htaccess to only allow your global IP address. Else just keep it secure, and enter the computer with remote desktop and connect from localhost.
  7. Stop uniform server, then enter task manager, click on processess, see if you have mysql* there. Kill it. Then start Uniform server. see if problem still occurs.
  8. 7.0.0-Orion tested and works on Windows Server 2008. However, the Visual C++ 2008 redistributable package is required, and not installed by default. So you need to download and install this first: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/deta...0D-3802B2AF5FC2
  9. If you want to upgrade uniform server and keep your old files then: Enter phpmyadmin, select the databases you want to take backup of, click export, export the database. (download a text or archived file and save it for later). Then enter Uniserv/www/ copy all files inside here. Then move Uniserv/www/ files to the new server, enter phpmyadmin, and import the database you just exported earlier. And your pretty much done.
  10. In order to update virtual hosts, you need to reboot apache. After writing in a document root in /apanel/ containing a space apache won't start at all Works: E:\ftpuser\www Buggy: E:\ftp user\www Solution: You need to edit UniServer\usr\local\apache2\conf\httpd.conf and edit the virtual host. Open httpd.conf in a text document, scroll at the bottom, locate your virtual host. Sample: ##########VIRTUAL HOST SETUP########## # QUEST.ZNOTE.EU <VirtualHost *> ServerName quest.znote.eu DocumentRoot E:/quest www </VirtualHost> You can see the dir: DocumentRoot E:/quest www Add the " symbol in the start and end of the dir, like this: DocumentRoot "E:/quest www" Save document, now start apache. It will work.
  11. Hello. Well, some dude is having fun DDoSing me with a trojan he have pretty much spread around the world. Trojan review: http://www.offensivecomputing.net/?q=node/1617 My CPU continuously having 100% CPU load and approx 500KB/sec upload speed and then it doesn't work. I shut down apache and suddenly bandwidth goes from 500KB/sec upload to the regular good old 10KB/sec. I keep my apache open a few seconds: << removed. Was not allowed to post 28k line long code>> Well here are a few lines: 89.189.170.47 - - [19/Oct/2010:19:22:30 +0200] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 365 "http://0mn3d6yunkn0wn.com" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9.1.3) Gecko/20090824 Firefox/3.5.3 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729)" 62.221.67.37 - - [19/Oct/2010:19:22:30 +0200] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 365 "http://0mn3d6yunkn0wn.com" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9.1.3) Gecko/20090824 Firefox/3.5.3 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729)" 83.255.214.246 - - [19/Oct/2010:19:22:30 +0200] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 365 "http://0mn3d6yunkn0wn.com" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9.1.3) Gecko/20090824 Firefox/3.5.3 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729)" This might solve the problem: 1: Restrict connections per IP. Connections per IP. Maximum allow 3 connections per IP each sec. This DDoS attack have IPs that got like 50+ connections each sec. 2: Auto ip bann users who get 40+ connections each sec Also, is there a way to make sure error.log / access.log never gets bigger than 5mb? Being under a DDoS attack makes me have to delete/clean the file every 15 min because the file gets to big and the VPS crashes when HD reaches 0.
  12. Isn't Firebird the same as phpmyadmin? What are pros and cons? Or am I totally wrong?
  13. Your information is actually quite good. Even though you might be a bot and advertising for SSL. For everyone who stumble upon it, click image. Anyway, I am not using SSL. But I think Uniform Server have it by default?
  14. Yeah, when using Windows 7 you should use Carbo 6.0.X for best support. Also, Windows Vista/7/2008 got support for IPv6 by default, this means localhost is considered an IPv6 address and is something totally different than 127.0.0.1. (Unless you add localhost 127.0.0.1 to the hosts file).
  15. Znote

    How to view PHP errors

    Thanks. Helps a lot. (Didnt knew where to find the text document).
  16. As you might know I represent a pretty huge community, and have made a rather huge tutorial on how to install it. I am also frequently updating my tutorial with the new versions because there might be security/performance/compatibility updates. However, recently I have received several feedbacks telling me that the apache on Carbo 6.0.3 keeps going off. And frustrated owners are afraid of having their website down for hours before they notice it and manually turning it on again). Many of my clients are having several thousand visits each day. So this might be a little critical. 1. Is there a way to make apache on Carbo automatically restart after a crash? 2. Is there a way for us to help you guys detect the error and fix it? (Like an error log)? Carbo 6.0.0 is well tested and Carbo 6.0.1 had only positive responses. 3. Is there a way to downgrade only the apache on Carbo 6.0.3 to the Carbo 6.0.1 version? This way, we can very swiftly downgrade to a more stable apache server, without being afraid of a big downtime (Many of my clients are not experiened in computing and something goes wrong under installation, they are afraid of being stuck again having a popular server running). You guys are most likely updating Uniform Servers apache through apaches svn? This means its most likely not your fault since you just commit latest svn.
  17. Znote

    Nginx?

    Nginx would be really useful to have. The performance would increase rapidly.
  18. ok, post edited. Got very weird results. Think I did something wrong. Yeah, he told me I was configurating windows 2003 server 64bit but I was configuring 32bit. He ordered a dedicated server and gave me access to test it without checking if he got the correct server himself. >.< Typical brasillian hosting companies.
  19. My previous post I say that my root is using Carbo 6.0.1, it was a typo. My root is still using 6.0.0. This is my main server and I only update it once or twice a year at max. There are lots of stuff running on it. Anyway, I just commited the phpmyadmin changes you gave me, and it works perfectly! Thank you!
  20. Thank you. Sorry for my slow response, I tend to get inactive, but I always come back! I am selling/giveaway free services to users who are newbeginner when it comes to servers. They want to start building their own private server. I let them do that for free. (If they by some reason have a shop system, then the deal is to share some for me, so I can pay for computer resources). The users that I accept to host for, I give them FTP access to my server, and access to phpmyadmin. So they can build their website as they wish. And yes, the root phpmyadmin user is secured by a so long password I cant remember it. I make an individual user to each person I deliver my services too, so they only have access to their own database. The carbo releases are working good, my root is running 6.0.1 and my newer box 6.0.2 I have not tested 6.0.(1-2) with Vista OS yet. But when I checked with 6.0.0 it did not work properly.
  21. Hello. Right now, it is like: You enter phpmyadmin But before you get to phpmyadmin, you have to authenticate yourself by writing the apanel username and password. What if I want my users to access phpmyadmin without granting them access to apanel? Perhaps a document needs some modification, but I am not a pro with these things. dir to apanel (i think) /home/admin/www/ dir to phpmyadmin /home/admin/www/phpmyadmin
  22. I am not able to properly test the performance. All I know is that it is working fine which is very great! Wider compatibility makes things much easier. Tested Carbo on Windows Vista 32bit and extention PDO_mysql did not work.
  23. Carbo 6.0.0 beta 1 is working fine and has Windows 7 64bit compatibility! Most likely because of the new VC9 engine! Thanks so much! This will definitely help making Uniform Server more popular! I will start to rewrite my uniform server tutorial(THIS) and tell people it finally works great with 64bit.
  24. Ummh, I think I might have deleted that admin UI. I am used to the good old vhost from xampp looking like this: <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "d:/xaamp/htdocs/website1" ServerName google.no </VirtualHost> Any way to just find a similar file and just edit it? Without using the admin panel?
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