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snecia

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  1. I got what I believe is the latest one: Zero XI, 11.0.0 and I'm under Windows 8 I don't think I configured it to run as a service, I just went in Extra -> PC-win start-up and checked everything. Ideally, I would not like to run everything on computer start-up, but rather just have Apache and MySQL start automatically when I launch the UniController.exe I was using XAMPP before, the config file had: [Autostart] Apache = 1 MySQL = 1 That did exactly that. Is something similar possible with uniserver? If not, is there a workaround I could make myself? The reason I ask is that I have a backdoor into my home server that runs a few services for myself and my friends (games, small web server etc). As I'm often away, I have little scripts that I can execute from anywhere to remotely play around with things.
  2. I want to start Apache and MySQL automatically when I launch uniserver without having to click on Start Apache and Start MySQL. Is this possible? According to past forum posts, there used to be batch files that could this, but I couldn't find any in the latest version. Also, I can't get uniserver to start automatically with apache and mysql at computer startup, despite configuring it to do so. But I would still much rather launch it myself using a batch script and have apache and mysql start on application launch. Thank you, Alex
  3. I just switched from XAMPP to uniform server today. I'm running the same scripts, without any modification. This: $sql = "SELECT * FROM rooms WHERE date = '$year/$month/$day' ORDER BY roomNb";works fine. Under XAMPP it returned the room numbers ordered from 1 to X. Under uniform server I got: 9 10 11 12 14 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1Any ideas? Thanks for your time, Alex
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