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lekhoi

PHP unable to initialise module

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Hello,

 

I am trying out uniformserver and very impressed with the simplicity :angry:

 

Upon starting I have encounter the follow message

 

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PHP Startup: gd: Unable to initialize module

Module compiled with module API=20040412, debug=0,thread-safety=1

PHP compiled with module API=20041030, debug=0,thread-safety=1

These options need to match

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The message repeated exactly like above for mysql and sockets

 

The Webserver then started and execute PHP like normal until requesting

for mysql etc. Can some one please help

 

Thanks in advance

LeKhoi

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Do you have an old version of PHP installed?

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Find this files and delete them:

 

In C:/ find: php.ini

In C:/Windows or C:/Windows/System32 find: libmysql.dll

 

Uninstall any other version of PHP on your computer as you cannot run 2 PHP at the same time unless using them as module/cgi

 

Reply if you still get any error...

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Find this files and delete them:

 

In C:/ find: php.ini

In C:/Windows or C:/Windows/System32 find: libmysql.dll

 

Uninstall any other version of PHP on your computer as you cannot run 2 PHP at the same time unless using them as module/cgi

 

Reply if you still get any error...

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Thank you, it was an old version of php dll in the window system folder.

 

What I like the most about this is the fact that the .htaccess work very nice. I have tried other installation but could not get it to work. Not to mention the simplicity of running it.

 

Thanks again and keep up the good work.

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