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  1. You are right.. The add-on has been removed by the author.. I will update this in the next release. For more information on http/2 you can check out https://icing.github.io/mod_h2/howto.html
  2. Look at your path.. If it has spaces in it, then UniController will not run.. Probably the folder you unzipped it to, or a parent has a space in the folder name, such as "Hello Test". If so, replace the space in the folder name with an underscore ( _ ) character and try again.
  3. The Uniform Server team is glad to announce a minor update to Uniform Server Zero XIV. This version of UniformServer Zero XIV v14.0.2 can be found ON SourceForge at https://sourceforge.net/projects/miniserver/ The UniformServer is now open source, the Controller Code is now published on github at https://github.com/iamola/uniserver The following modules that have been updated: Core Apache v2.4.43 from Apache v2.4.41 PHP PHP v7.4.5 from PHP v7.4.0 PHP v7.3.17 from PHP v7.3.11 PHP v7.2.30 from PHP v7.2.25 Databases No updates Database Administration phpMyAdmin 5.0.2 from phpMyAdmin 4.9.2 Adminer 4.7.6 from Adminer 4.7.5 The latest modules of Uniform Server are at https://sourceforge.net/projects/miniserver/files/Uniform Server ZeroXIV/ZeroXIV Modules/ Help Needed I would like to request for the following help from the community. If you find any bugs, please feel free to either post on the forum or raise an issue on github so we can track and fix them. If you can fix the bug, please fork the github repo and issue a pull request.
  4. I have a couple of questions to see if I can help you out with this. 1. Are you hosting this on your system or on a VPS? 2. You have stated that the website is working over HTTPS, but Wordpress is not, so if I understand a normal website hosted works, but Wordpress hosted does not. 3. Does a Wordpress site hosted without Https work? Thanks.
  5. Yes, UniformServer is built using the 32 bit versions of Apache, PHP and MySQL as well as all the other modules. However, we are thinking of moving this to the 64 bit versions given that most of the Operating Systems today are 64 bit.
  6. My apologies for the delay in replying to this thread... Uniform Server by default ships with php loaded as a module and not using FastCGI, However, UniformServer is built to be modular and you should be able to update it to run PHP over FastCGI using the Apache mod_fcgid module. To do this you will need to make the following changes: The Apache config file that loads PHP is in /core/apache2/conf/extra_us/php74.conf. Back this file up as it is using the php7 loaded as a module. Download the attached php74.conf which uses mod_fastcgi and loads php via it by mapping the .php files to the fcgid-script handler and setting the php-cgi path. You can replace the existing /core/apache2/conf/extra_us/php74.conf with the attached php74.conf after backing up the one you have. Download the httpd-fcgid.conf file (attached) and store it in the /core/apache2/conf/extra folder. This file gives the configuration options for fcgid module in apache. Rename the /core/php74/php-production.ini to /core/php74/php.ini. For some reason mod_fcgid only picks up the php.ini file with that specific name. The downside of doing this is that you can no longer control the php.ini using the Unicontroller which you normally can do from the PHP menu in UniController, so you will have to make any modifications to this file manually In the /core/apache2/httpd.conf file, you will need to change the Alias to ScriptAlias [Lines 405 to 415] to allow php to run otherwise since these are outside the DocumentRoot will give you a Forbidden error for those apps like PHPMyAdmin running in us_opt1 Restart the Apache server and PHP should now be running over FastCGI. You can confirm this by going to PHP->View phpInfo from UniController and under the Server API will show CGI/FASTCGI To answer the 2nd part of your question: You can change the php.ini config file (which you renamed in Step 4 above) to get what you want. You normally can change this directly from UniController PHP Menu, but since it has been renamed, it needs to be done manually. To enable cURL, openSSL etc you can do that by removing the ";" (uncommenting the line) in front of the /core/php74/php.ini for those extensions on lines 924 to 960 of the php.ini file. GD2 (line 928) and MBString (Line 934) are enabled by default. You can validate this on the PHP->View phpInfo, Extensions page. For allow_url_fopen in specific you can change the value to On on line 868. Please do let me know if you have any more questions or not getting PHP to run over FastCGI. Note: There is one caveat though that I can't seem to figure out myself... The mod_fastcgi seems to be spawning multiple processes of php-cgi.exe and does not get terminated when the script ends or when Apache is stopped, so this keeps filling up the memory. If you or somebody can help out here, to let me know which setting needs to be tweaked to prevent this from happening would help. php74.conf httpd-fcgid.conf
  7. Uniform Server needs to be Unzipped (Installed) to a location where there are no spaces in your filepath. Check the directory path into which you are unzipping UniformServer to. If there are any spaces in the path, remove those spaces or replace them with underscores. For e.g, If you have unzipped UniformServer to C:\My App\UniServerZ rename the My App folder to MyApp C:\MyApp\UniServerZ and run UniController again. It should work. All the best.
  8. sudeepjd

    32 bit version

    We at the UniformServer team have been historically building US on the 32 bit versions for compatibility. However, over the last few weeks we have been debating moving away from the 32 bit versions and providing the 64 bit versions only. We will be releasing an update soon using the 64 bit versions of Apache, MySQL and accompanying modules.
  9. Thanks for letting us know.. Will check it out and rectify.
  10. Firstly, my apologies with the delay in response. Can you please give us a little more information on what you mean by adding in the 32 bit files? Do you mean after installing the VC_redist.x86.exe? After installation does it still complain about the missing vcruntime140.dll in your error.log?
  11. @xymox12 Will look into it.. Thanks. Sudeep.
  12. It does not require you to enter the mysql password.. It prompts you to change it.. Keeping the mysql password as the default "root" is insecure as everybody knows that this password is out of the box.. If you change the password, it will no longer prompt you. If you still want to retain the password, you can set the Nag_user=false in the home/us_config/us_config.ini file on line 59.
  13. The Versions of Apache and PHP bundled in the UniformServer are the x86 versions so as to be compatible with both the x86 as well as x64 systems that it can be run on. Hence the need to install the VC_redist.x86.exe Redistributable and not the x64 version.
  14. If the script posted by @Hoo Host is giving you out of memory errors even before the maximum memory limit is reached, it is probably limited by the ThreadStack size by Apache as well. You can try increasing the ThreadStackSize in the core/apache2/conf/extra/httpd-mpm.conf file. By default this is set at 64*1024=65536. Please note that increasing this also affects the allocated memory to other running processes on your system so do this at your own risk.
  15. In the latest release of UniformServer Zero XIV 14.0.1, we have removed the need for the AutoIT script to hide the MySQL8 Console window. This version should no longer be flagged as a false positive malware.
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