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Shyokou Ouyou

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  1. Just wonder if both uniserver 5.7.1 and uniserver 5.5 share the same version of PHP backend ...
  2. It is normal to have a plain answer to a plain question, but BobS is such kind ;-)
  3. Well, UniServer is one of those WAMP combos that integrate web develop toolkits together, such that when you want to dig the specific information from the one you are interested in, official manual should be the most accurate source to refer to, as it is distro independent ... It is possible that neither "configuration time" nor "startup" was clear to you before, but you know them now, right ...
  4. Do you like to overlook the easy guide and challenge yourself with something tougher :-) What you quoted, in subsection "Specify character settings at MySQL configuration time", is just two paragraphs away from what Ric recommended ... Again in the previous doc section, the first statement is the truth you may have overlooked ;-) RTFM is a never out-of-fashion word to nobody ...
  5. Hope the section '9.1.5. Configuring the Character Set and Collation for Applications' at [http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/charset-applications.html] can be helpful ...
  6. Hasn't the unitray already done this way: change specific icon color according to various states ...
  7. It is possible something wrong with your installation, but it might not be such trivial to dig out the reason why ;-( I would recommend a side-by-side new installation, and check what caused that problem if the new one works as expected ...
  8. The so-called "port" is that number just behind the ":" when you run "netstat -nap tcp" from a command line prompt, so check for ":3306" (better ":3306 ") for sure ... In your "Task Manager", "PID" is something rather "Process Id" than "port" number, but that "mysqld-opt.exe" is in fact the "MySQL" you should expect ... Simple test: check if "mysqld-opt.exe" is running just after restarting your XP SP3 box, otherwise ...
  9. Notice you mean "Uniserver 5.7.0 Nano", which holds PHP 5.3.4 but already a big move from 5.3, it depends upon the interface compatibility between both ends to downgrade one ... While the "pass_two" seems to be a PHP 5.2.x feature, it might not be fatal to launch in your situation, in case it disappeared in PHP 5.3.x ... Obviously, you may have found the easiest "solution or at least a tip how to downgrade PHP", once you have a compiler and source code tarball, such that it is "at least" the bottom line of open source ... Does anyone has a solution or at least a tip how to downgrade PHP?!
  10. As normal upgrade via the 'diff -I "/Carbo_6_0_6/UniServer\b"' and 'patch -p 1 -d Carbo_6_1_0' way, an as if redundant file, 'Carbo_6_1_0/UniServer/usr/local/mysql/my.ini.bak', jumped into my eyes ... Just wonder if it is really redundant, or a 5.1 clone, or something else ;-) Thanks
  11. Are you providing service to the outside world ? Not mention your OS and Combo Server(s) as well as their versions, only rough idea comes along ... Besides play with Apache, it is possible to tweak the network layer of your box; also with the log files, it might be trivial to define a Task Schedule for extracting and cleaning ...
  12. As if another instance of the infamous "localhost on Windows 7" where IPv6 is preferred over IPv4 such that MySQL fails to connect ... You may search and find solutions in this forum ... e.g., this link ...
  13. Well, as what Ric told us, Apache services the dir with first hit, so you may investigate your logs according to what your conf states. It is the easiest way to find if the name based conf works as expected, either pay attention to the timestamp or clear the logs before a test. This is the first step to discriminate multiple '<VirtualHost ... >' directives, especially the way you arrange them ;-) For the '"index of /" folder listing' may indicate wrong dir serviced, you may re-arrange that conf once you are sure of the named based ok ...
  14. Who told you that "the redirect won't work b/c I'll have multiple sites" ;-) Remember you are playing with dynamic script like PHP, based upon what the client requests, it is common to redirect or even to proper language set etc ... In my opinion, I would rather "want my site to reside in a subdirectory" (or even further, outside US tree), since it is trivial to switch between alpha and beta without client notice ;-)
  15. For those informative "console in US", just start a "Command Prompt" (cmd.exe) from either "Start | All Programs | Accessory" or "Start | Run ..." (possible with WinKey+R shortcut), then chdir to where your US installed/extracted (looking for the common 'UniServer/' folder once missed). Now it is possible to run 'UniServer/usr/local/php/php -v' or 'UniServer/usr/local/php/php -i' for PHP, 'UniServer/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql -V' for MySQL, and 'UniServer/usr/local/apache2/bin/Apache -V' or 'UniServer/usr/local/apache2/bin/Apache -l' for Apache/HTTPd ... AFAIK, Nano 5.6.16 should have already equipped with MySQL 5.1 and plugin for PHP 5.3; or you may mess up with some pre-4.1 in between ...
  16. At least to me, what your snapshot tells is normal in Carbo 6, not Windoze 7 specific ... Carbo 6 has new style popup menu with a couple of dynamic contents, a bit more vivid than before ...
  17. Do you really read ;-) Not long before did Ric just recommend the great informative page here, as well as the long talk about this here, also referred by the short one here ... Besides, for your own situation, you may either have a default page that can automatically redirect to your target folder, without touching anything else ... Good luck ;-)
  18. Nice to have service without that prefix, www, just like those titans like ibm ...
  19. Depending upon your OS, you may have shadow copy or recovery point etc for backup ;-) No UniServer3_2 by hand following the fashion, but hope you can find something like 'UniServer/alternative_control/Stop_Server.bat' for stopping both Apache and MySQL ...
  20. Yeah, port forwarding/mapping is just like what BobS has told you, you should play with your router to cope with your application on your box behind ... It becomes trivial once you know what you are doing ;-)
  21. The statement, "Even made sure 127.0.0.1 localhost was in hosts", may remind a similar situation in Windows 7 where IPv6 stack is preferred over traditional IPv4, either uninstall the IPv6 stack if possible or make IPv4 your preference by registry tweak ... As if Apache handles IPv6 well, but MySQL requires tweaking, you may search such tricks easily here ...
  22. As if Windows 7 has more security concerns than previous, especially something like privilege separation in the service part ... You may search for Windows 7 specific solutions here if you are sure it is a service issue ;-)
  23. What is your aim "to install tomcat/resin on the newer versions of Uniserver" ... AFAIK, UniServer is major WAMP with both Resin (aka Caucho Resin) and Tomcat (aka Jakarta Tomcat) as plugins in so-called "On-Going Development" status, tagged "No Downloads available at the moment" ... If you prefer free open-source Tomcat bundled like WAMP out-of-the-box, take a look at BitNami Stacks [http://bitnami.org/stacks], please ...
  24. Now md5sum says OK so I shall give it a try soon ... Thank you very much for such excellent job, Ric ;-)
  25. If UniServer runs in Service mode, you should stop and remove the Service; otherwise, there is a little bit "junk left in the registry" ...
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