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Dan Dascalescu

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About Dan Dascalescu

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    Windows Vista
  1. After installing the services via Unitray, the Apache service is called "ApacheS1", and any \UniServer\usr\local\apache2\bin\Apache.exe -k commands (e.g. restart) will fail with [error] (OS 2)The system cannot find the file specified. : No installed service named "Apache2.2". net stop ApacheS1 && net start ApacheS1 works, but takes 6 seconds, while Apache.exe -k restart should be instantaneous. Seems like Apache.exe is looking for a different service name.
  2. I have a similar problem with Windows 7 and Uniform Server [7.1.1-Orion]. I've added the \UniServer\usr\local\php\ directory to PATH. If I run Start.exe normally, then installing and running the services from Unitray (aka Aestan Tray Menu) doesn't do anything (I check with Process Explorer whether Apache.exe and mysqld-opt.exe are running). But if I run Start.exe as administrator, then Install and Run does work. However, the Apache service is called "ApacheS1", and any \UniServer\usr\local\apache2\bin\Apache.exe -k commands (e.g. restart) will fail with [error] (OS 2)The system cannot find the file specified. : No installed service named "Apache2.2". net stop ApacheS1 && net start ApacheS1 works, but takes 6 seconds, while Apache.exe -k restart should be instantaneous.
  3. I've just installed Uniform Server 7.1.1-Orion and wanted to see the version of php: php --version That command took more than FOUR SECONDS to execute, on a Core i5 CPU. What's wrong with the PHP configuration? I have the exact same version of PHP downloaded from windows.php.com, and executing that php.exe --version is instant.
  4. Hi! I've just registered, and this is my first post. How can I notify an admin to fix two problems with the registration page? If an admin sees this, the problems are: 1. The message "Enter the first 10 alphabets in reversible order." should read, in proper English, "Enter the firt 10 letters of the alphabet in reverse order". 2. The field "The main OS that the Uniform Server is running on," needs Windows 7 added to the drop-down options, and the final comma after "on" needs to be deleted. Hope this helps, Dan
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