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  1. Is this question related in any way to UniformServer?
  2. PHP 5.3 is old and is no longer supported by Uniform Server. If you would like to use older versions of PHP you can use older versions of UniformServer.
  3. UniformServer is Modular, which means although the base version comes along with the latest modules, you can customise and add in additional modules as well. For e.g, to get PHP7 versions you can download and install the the modules from https://sourceforge.net/projects/miniserver/files/Uniform Server ZeroXIV/ZeroXIV Modules/ Just download the ones you want, and unzip (self extractable archive) then into the install folder. Re-run UniformServer and you should see the modules activated.
  4. To use PHP56, you have 1 of 2 options. Option 1: Use an older version of UniformServer that has PHP56 support Option 2: Put PHP56 under the PHP70 menu item and run it from there. To do this 1. Download the php56 from https://sourceforge.net/projects/miniserver/files/Uniform Server ZeroXIV/ZeroXIV Modules/ZeroXIV_php_5_6_30_j.exe/download 2. Unzip this into the UniformServer Folder. 3. Change the following: * Rename the core\php56 to core\php70 * Rename core\apache2\conf\extra_us\php70.conf to core\apache2\conf\extra_us\php70_actual.conf * Rename core\apache2\conf\extra_us\php56.conf to core\apache2\conf\extra_us\php70.conf * Inside the file core\apache2\conf\extra_us\php70.conf (you renamed this). You will need to change any \php56\ to \php70\ to correct the path. Restart UniformServer and run a Apache Syntax check, to check if everything is ok. Should show Syntax OK. If so all good, if not check the errors and correct them. Post them here if you need help. Now if you choose PHP70 from the menu, you will get UniformServer running with PHP56.
  5. Thanks for pointing it out. I have uploaded a PHP 7.4.16_k to fix this problem. For an easy fix. Open the core\apache2\conf\extra_us\php74.conf folder and change the 65 to 66 on the following lines. LoadFile ${US_ROOTF}/core/php74/icudt65.dll LoadFile ${US_ROOTF}/core/php74/icuin65.dll LoadFile ${US_ROOTF}/core/php74/icuio65.dll LoadFile ${US_ROOTF}/core/php74/icuuc65.dll to LoadFile ${US_ROOTF}/core/php74/icudt66.dll LoadFile ${US_ROOTF}/core/php74/icuin66.dll LoadFile ${US_ROOTF}/core/php74/icuio66.dll LoadFile ${US_ROOTF}/core/php74/icuuc66.dll Restart Apache and it should now work. Best Regards, Sudeep.
  6. For PHP 4, I think you probably would be better of setting up your own versions of Apache and PHP. You can the required version in the old PHP archives at https://www.php.net/releases/
  7. I don't have a 32 bit machine to test it out on.. However, if you would like I am willing to take some time to check it out on your system and see how I can get you up and running.. DM me...
  8. I see the problem that you have messaged about.. However, I am not very good at Perl. Please DM me with your contact details. I can probably work with you to help figure out and fix the problem that you are facing.
  9. I have updated UniformServer to v14.0.3 which has PHP v8.0.3. All the best.
  10. The Uniform Server team is glad to announce a minor update to Uniform Server Zero XIV. This version of UniformServer Zero XIV v14.0.3 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 v2.4.46 from Apache v2.4.43 PHP Removed PHP 5.6 Added PHP v8.0.3 PHP v7.4.16 from PHP v7.4.5 PHP v7.3.27 from PHP v7.3.17 PHP v7.2.33 from PHP v7.2.30 Databases Updated to MySQL v8.0.23 Database Administration phpMyAdmin 5.1.0 from phpMyAdmin 5.0.2 Adminer 4.7.8 from Adminer 4.7.6 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.
  11. In order to update without losing data you need to first back up your data. This can be done within UniformServer from MySQL-> Database backup and restore function.. When you backup the data it creates an SQL file in the db_backup_restore folder. Since you have the data you can safely upgrade the database. Once done, restore the data to the updated database.
  12. @Bannockburn Not yet.. Right now more focused on getting the version with PHP8 into the wild. Will take up the Let's Encrypt SSL integration after that. I know it has been a long pending item on my radar. Just not getting the time to focus on the development aspect of things. Thank you for your patience.
  13. Yes.. It is in process.. Will be releasing it soon.
  14. Ok.. This has been something that I have been thinking about implementing into UniformServer for some time now. I just have not time to do the research work to implement it, after I took over the UniformServer maintenance. Can you please DM me so that we can work together and implement the Let's Encrypt SSL certs into UniformServer. Thanks
  15. sudeepjd

    Update PHP

    If you copied the files over from the php website then there are a few more updates needed to be made. Rename the ext directory to extensions Copy over the php-developement.ini, php-production.ini and php-test.ini files from the old installation to the new one. These 2 changes should get you running, if not, post the problem that you have and I can try and help.
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