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  1. I request that mod_fcgid (Module Identifer: fcgid_module) is added to Uniform Server ZeroXI apache module. Strangely, Uniform Server Zero XI includes proxy_fcgi_module modules/mod_proxy_fcgi.so and I am a little confused as to why httpd.conf includes; # FastCGI Module configuration <IfModule fcgid_module> Include conf/extra/httpd-fcgid.conf </IfModule> # Proxy Html Module configuration <IfModule proxy_html_module> Include conf/extra/httpd-fcgid.conf </IfModule> when there is no conf/extra/httpd-fcgid.conf file included in the Uniform Server ZeroXI apache module ZeroXI_apache_2_4_6_a.exe. I am in the process of trying to add mod_fcgid to my Uniform Server ZeroXI by using the Windows binaries available from http://www.apachelounge.com/download/ Why is this important to me? Because I use Uniform Server to create a development environment on my desktop Windows PC that is as close as possible to the configuration of my web hosting service, which in most cases is Bluehost, and which I nomally configure with FastCGI for PHP for the performance reasons stated. Also note that mod_fcgid is recommended in the Joomla! v3.x installation hosting requirements.
  2. I also vote for this. This posting should probably should be added to Support -> Trackers -> Feature Requests I had a similar problem after updating/upgrading from Uniform Server Zero v10.2.5 to v11.0.1 I needed to redefine/recreate apache vhost configuration conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf Actual vhosts directories/folders were not lost, Windows TCP-IP Hosts file was not modified, but it took me some time to resolve and sort out configuration and .htaccess files
  3. Problem: I am having difficultly finding Forum postings relevant to my problems and specific configuration of Uniform Server (currently Uniform Server Zero XI). Solution?: May I suggest the Support -> Windows Forum is further sub-divided into Uniform Server Zero versus Uniform Server Series (Nano,Carbo, Orion, Coral, etc), and then further sub-divided into appropriate sub-forums; PHP, Apache, MySQL, etc. OR some other division/sub-division that differentiates between Uniform Server Zero versus Uniform Server Series (Nano,Carbo, Orion, Coral, etc).
  4. Installation: Server OS: Windows XP SP3 (with latest updates as at 21-Sep-2013) UniServer Zero Modules installed: Zero_Controller_10_2_3.exe (with msmtp v1.4.31) Zero_apache_2_4_6-1_0_1e.exe Zero_documentation_1_0_6.exe Zero_mysql_5_5_33.exe Zero_php_5_3_27-1_0_1e.exe Zero_php_5_4_19-1_0_1e.exe Zero_phpmyadmin_4_0_6.exe Zero_phpmybackuppro_2_3.exe Problem Description: In general, no significant problems - great product, thank you. Except problems with Mail Utility msmtp when trying to run it from the controller application, Menu > General > Mail utility msmtp > Send Mail (button). Problem is: No mail is sent, no C:\UniServerZ\core\msmtp\msmtp.log file is created. (I had previously appropriately edited C:\UniServerZ\core\msmtp\msmtprc.ini using Menu > General > Mail utility msmtp > Edit configuration file and double checked that the edits had been saved, and stopped and restarted the controller) Sending mail using C:\UniServerZ\core\msmtp\Send_test_email.bat works as expected (does not matter if Apache Server is running or not running) Sending mail using a PHP script works as expected when Apache Server is running. Diagnostics: (1) Edited C:\UniServerZ\core\msmtp\Send_test_email.bat and changed the line, msmtp --file=%cd%\msmtprc.ini user_name@target_email_address -t < %TEMP%\temp.mail such that 'user_name@target_email_address' was a valid email address (2) Ran the file Send_test_email.bat from the Windows command prompt (3) Everything worked as expected, log file created (and contents shown in controller General > Mail utility msmtp > log file (4) Tried again to Send Mail using the controller General > Mail utility msmtp > Send Mail, but nothing appears to happen (5) From the controller Apache Utilities > Server Console executed; C:\UniServerZ>msmtp.exe -P ignoring system configuration file C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\msmtprc.txt: No such file or directory ignoring user configuration file C:\UniServerZ\msmtprc.txt: No such file or directory falling back to default account msmtp.exe: account default not found: no configuration file available C:\UniServerZ>msmtp.exe -S msmtp.exe: account default not found: no configuration file available Thank you.
  5. I also experienced the same problem on a 'clean' installation of Uniform Server 5.1-Nano on Windows XP Problem Description After extracting/unzipping the UniServer 5.1 installation package (UniServer5_1.exe) to the root of my Windows XP 'data' disk (ie: D:Uniserver) all works as expected, except; when using UniTray UniServer V5-Nano option 'Server Status', the following error is returned; PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library './ extensions\php_curl.dll' - The specified module could not be found. in Unknown on line 0 ================== UNIFORM SERVER STATUS ================== Fatal error: Call to undefined function curl_init() in D:\Uni Server\unicon\main\includes\functions.php on line 947 Press any key to continue . . . (I post the entire text of the error message, because this is what I was using to 'Google' a solution for the problem.) Problem Solution (1) As described by effgee in the posting above Copy the files from X:\UniServer\usr\local\apache2\bin\libeay32.dll X:\UniServer\usr\local\apache2\bin\ssleay32.dll X:\UniServer\usr\local\apache2\bin\zlib1.dll to X:\UniServer\usr\local\php\libeay32.dll X:\UniServer\usr\local\php\ssleay32.dll X:\UniServer\usr\local\php\zlib1.dll Stopped and then restarted UniServer using UniTray Although this seems to work OK, I then followed the advice of Ric in the posting above, and (2) Downloaded PHP 5.3.0 zip package [10,115Kb] - VC6 x86 Thread Safe (2009-Jun-30 08:52:55) Unzipped the package, and copied the files; libeay32.dll ssleay32.dll to X:\UniServer\usr\local\php\libeay32.dll X:\UniServer\usr\local\php\ssleay32.dll replacing the files previously copied in Step (1) and I also deleted the file X:\UniServer\usr\local\php\zlib1.dll previously copied in Step (1) Stopped and then restarted UniServer using UniTray This also seemed to solve the problem. (I attach the files libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll in a zip package so that others do not have to download the entire PHP 5.3.0 zip package [10,115Kb] - VC6 x86 Thread Safe (2009-Jun-30 08:52:55) package. Note But before I found either of these solutions, I also noticed that the file; UniServer/usr/local/php/php.ini contains various occurrences of the string; /UniServer/usr/local/PHP when the string; /UniServer/usr/local/php is arguably more correct. Regards - Mark Files.zip
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