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  1. Are you looking for help with a specific UniformServer plugin.. If so, please specify which one. Thanks.
  2. Please check if you have installed the VC_Runtimes for Uniform Server from https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2977003/the-latest-supported-visual-c-downloads Select: vc_redist.x86.exe You need the 32 bit runtimes for UniformServer.
  3. This forum is for support of UniformServer only. If you are requesting information whcih is not related to UniformServer, then please post in that specific sites blog. Thanks.
  4. Actually... if MySQL window opens and you close it, you are effectively shutting down the MySQL server. This was built into MySQL 8. If MySQL does not load this would change back to red. But I get what you are saying.. I am a little tight on development time right now. So will be taking inputs at this time and look into implementing into the next version.
  5. Yes... it does that doesn't it.. With the launch of MySQL8, the Console window appears even when we tell it not to via launch code. So we are detecting the launch and then hiding the window. However, if it takes more than 5 seconds to launch which happens during the first run as it needs to set up the required data files, the window does not get hidden. Will look for a way to prevent that happening as well. Thanks for bringing it to our notice. Best Regards,
  6. Dear Reham, Thanks for using Uniformserver. I am little bit tied up at the moment.. Will do it soon. Best Regards,
  7. Those are the default base databases required for the functioning of MySQL and PhpMyAdmin. INFORMATION_SCHEMA provides access to database metadata, information about the MySQL server such as the name of a database or table, the data type of a column, or access privileges. Other terms that are sometimes used for this information are data dictionary and system catalog. From https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/8.0/en/information-schema.html The Performance Schema provides a way to inspect internal execution of the server at runtime. It is implemented using the PERFORMANCE_SCHEMA storage engine and the performance_schema database. The Performance Schema focuses primarily on performance data. This differs from INFORMATION_SCHEMA, which serves for inspection of metadata. From https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/8.0/en/performance-schema.html PhpMyAdmin is a PHP application that is used to manage the MySQL Database. The phpmyadmin DB is where the data related to that application is stored.
  8. Yes that is right.. The Uniformserver will prompt you to change the password when you launch the program if it is not changed from root
  9. Ok.. Thanks for bringing this up.. Looks like made a mistake on the spelling on the extensions folder. Please rename the /core/php72/extentions to /core/php72/extensions and everything should work as expected.. I have updated the module in Sourceforge.
  10. We do have Let's Enctypt in our UniformServer development pipeline. However, i am a little carried away with work at the moment to make many useful updates to UniformServer. We are looking for community developers who can help out. The code for UniformServer is on github https://github.com/iamola/uniserver and if you are able to an in Let'sEncrypt certs of let us know the procedure to, it would definitely help.. Thanks for your time.
  11. I don't think it is UniformServer that is the problem, but more of how the browser handles the query when typed into the URL. Should it treat it as text that it needs to search for, or should it treat it as a URL to get the web page? UniformServer is not part of this process. If you have Admin rights the Apache->Apache Vhost->Create Apache Vhost process would also work as well. When you set up a vhost, Uniformserver adds in the Sitename to your hosts file automatically. For eg., if you set up len.com as the sitename on a vhost, and the folder is len-server, then typing in http://len.com in your browser should server the pages in the vhosts/len-server folder. UniformServer sets this up for you automatically.
  12. May I know what is wrong with the path? Looks correct to me. In general php_openssl.dll is stored in the C:/UniServerZ/core/php56/extensions directory. Can you please check where your php_openssl.dll is stored and let me know so that I can see the difference between the correct path and the one UniformServer is providing. Thanks.
  13. Len, Maybe the solution is simpler that I thought it was.. Have you tried http://laptop-test-server instead of just laptop-test-server in your browser URL? I tried this out and for some reason, the first time I typed in laptop-test-server, it took me to the search page, but after I used http://laptop-test-server it took me to the correct page and interestingly from then on, even typing laptop-test-server without the http:// worked correctly. Even so, setting up a virtual host would be better than creating a folder in www, when you want to use the same instance of UniformServer for multiple projects. What I do is to have Uniformserver set up the virtual host folders in vhosts and then go in and update the http-vhosts.conf file to have a latptop-test-server.localhost type subdomain for each of the vhosts I set up. That way I can have multiple projects each with a different subdomain running off the localhost This would leave the http://localhost tied in with the main www as well.
  14. Len, You should be able to add in Virtual Hosts using the Uniformserver interface itself.. It will automatically do all the configuration for you. Apache->Apache Vhosts->Create Apache Vhost If it still does not work, I will take a deeper look into it.
  15. Good that it is working !!! I suspect that the problem may be due to the time it takes for PHP to initialize and Apache using that process to serve pages.. Sometimes of you click on Phpmyadmin immideately on opening Uniform Server and starting Apache PHP may not have initialized yet and so you would see the code instead of the page itself.. If you still face the problem again, I can try and troubleshoot further.
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