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About Zian

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  1. When I ran uniservice 2.3.0, it also failed to configure httpd.conf and php80.conf. After following the instructions to manually fix httpd.conf and php80.conf, the phpinfo() page reported that it didn't know what configuration (INI) file to use and other things like extensions didn't work right. I was able to get them working by replacing US_ROOTF in the PHP INI file too. Any chance of getting uniservice fixed?
  2. I discovered that even if your computer has the Visual Studio 2019 Redistributable installed or something that does the same thing (e.g. the Microsoft Visual C++ 2015-2022 Redistributable), PHP may not be able to start. After downloading the latest version (14.30.30704.0) and running the x86 and x64 installers, I was able to start PHP. It is possible that keeping the x64 and x86 versions in sync is unnecessary. I hope this helps anyone else who encounters the problem.
  3. Thank you for keeping it updated. I heard that PHP 8.0.3 should be replaced with PHP 8.0.14 due to a security vulnerability. Have you had any time to look into updating the included version of PHP? For now, I will use the instructions at
  4. Zian

    MySQL 5.7

    I upgraded to MySQL 5.7.20 with the following steps (numbering is slightly off): 11. Download the latest x86-64 ZIP from https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/ 12. Extract the ZIP. 13. Diff the old mysql folder against the new mysql folder and observe no diffs 14. copy over bin/share NOT the data folder 15. copy mysqld to mysqld_z 16. copy over the 2 ini files 17. run mysqld --initialize 18. launch the mysql process from uniserver 19. change the root password using mysql workbench for mysql after nicking the current one from mysql.err 20. stop mysqld with task manager 21. change the password a second time using uniserver 22. start mysqld from uniserver 23. confirm it is running by connecting with workbench 24. stop mysqld with uniserver 25. start uniserver and apache as a services 26. restore your data 27. PARTY!
  5. Thanks for the link, Ric. In past versions of Uniserver, this was built into the default install so I didn't expect it to be banished to a separate module.
  6. I tried telling Uniserver to start when Windows boots but I'm having trouble finding the services in services.msc. What are they supposed to be called? And, if the services aren't being created, then what can I try?
  7. On a computer with multiple user accounts, UniController tries to start itself every time a user logs in. This results in the attached dialog appearing.
  8. After installing the latest version of Uniserver, I browsed to the plugins_detail.html page in the Uniserver manual and noticed that 1 of the listed plugins is "ZeroXI_php_6_0_0.exe". I tried clicking on the link next to the words "Modules download folder" and got the following error message: The "/UniServer ZeroXI/Ze..r ZeroXI/ZeroModules" file could not be found or is not available. Please select another file. Then, I tried going to the ZeroXImodules folder on SourceForge and noticed that there's no file named "ZeroXI_php_6_0_0.exe".
  9. I got the following error message when I tried to post on the forums: SQL Error An error occured with the SQL server: mySQL query error: SELECT cs_value, cs_updated FROM ibf_cache_store WHERE cs_key='mail_processing' This is not a problem with the IPS Community Suite but rather with your SQL server. Please contact your host and copy the message shown above. //end message I got to the page after the following steps: 1. Register a new forum account. 2. Click on the e-mail validation link. 3. Login using the new username and password. 4. Go to the Feature Requests forum. 5. Click "Start New Topic" 6. Post (see my first post on these forums). My e-mail is hosted by Google and I use Internet Explorer version 11.0.9600.16476 on Windows 7 64-bit edition (English - United States). By the way, every time I tried to copy and paste text into the forum's text editor, nothing got pasted so my reproduction of the error message may be slightly off. I guess this means I actually found 2 problems.
  10. I just installed the latest version of UniServer Zero and had a lot of trouble figuring out how to start the server because nothing showed up on my screen after running UniController.exe. It was only by accident that I clicked the "Show hidden icons" in my Windows taskbar and saw the "U" logo there. Please show the UniServer window by default when running the program normally; it's always possible to run a program as "Minimized" using a shortcut, which would be an indication that the user wants the program to only show up in the Windows taskbar. I am running UniServer on a Windows 7 x64 machine.
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