Softaculous <![CDATA[Installing Virtualizor on OVH Dedicated Server KWM Option]]>
I want to order 5 Virtualizor licenses, but first I want to try out Vritualizor.  I have tried to install Virtualizor KVM Option on my dedicated server with OVH, however I am having some challenges with the configuration. Could you please help.

THank you in anticipation]]>
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 15:33:03 GMT
<![CDATA[PHP multibyte String Extension not working]]>
Quote From : Rishi_P Today at 10:01 am
Try this:

Open AMPPS Control panel --> PHP Tab --> Click on Settings button --> Select Restore Default Configuration.
That worked, thank you.]]>
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 14:24:14 GMT
<![CDATA[Update php webuzo]]>
This is inapropiate for anything.]]>
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 14:20:01 GMT
<![CDATA[Apache won't start with php 7 - Ampps on Mac]]>
Quote From : john91 May 15, 2016, 8:12 pm
I'm sorry I got it all sorted out. Just a newbie with server stuff. Here's what fixed the issue for me. In case someone is having the same issue.

It turns out I don't have a file. I have

So I commented line 154 out by adding a # sign to the beginning of the line, then added the following right after

LoadModule php7_module /Applications/AMPPS/php/
All is working now.

Lol, you are hardly a newbie and should give yourself more credit for running Terminal and locating the error and line number in the conf file. Checking the directory to notice you don't have the file (just as the error stack indicated--thus no wonder the error) then changed the path to the file you do have which IS the php7 you intended and 'easy peasy' it worked as it should. Nah, you are a pro guy--not many would have investigated the blatant error beyond a cry without action (otherwise complaint!)


Of course the Ampps Team heroes saves the day with a patch fix--because from the looks they are faster at fixing things than Apple! Are you running Sierra? I'm waiting on it to become more reliable than it is with current software...too many devs are needing to re-adjust to conform. I tried it and is slowed my Mac down...but more than likely it was the upgrade from El Cap to Sierra rather a full clean install because El Cap upgrade did the same slow crawl thing too until I did a full clean install. How is your Sierra experience with Ampps if that is what you are using? Just gaining intel from others and learning from their mistakes and troubles before I get started  :angel:
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 13:52:32 GMT
<![CDATA[How to setting the right smtp server on webuzo]]>
I've googling it and few of the article i read said that the problem is the setting of the smtp server. And the question is how to set the correct smtp server on webuzo?
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 13:35:06 GMT
<![CDATA[Which versions of PHP used by Ampps For Windows]]>
Ampps can use either...9 strong times out of 10 you are more than likely going to want to take the TS/Thread-Safe approach out of certainty that Apache HTTP Server is most likely using "mod_php": PHP itself but compiled as a module
for the web server. Could be wrong since I have yet installed this but it is popular if Apache is going to handle concurrency. A moderator could definitely better explain this and rumors are that NTS could be faster and less buggy and know to be effective IF many scripts are run at the same time (pursuant to speed!)

Regardless it boils down to wanting to check for safety threads or not. Either should and will do. However I would go TS since my build purposes are mainly custom and I want to check for the sake of concurrency. Again, I am unsure of the selection if the desire is to run something like Wordpress that is a script-heavy slow multi-external-file-loading piece of crap with one heavy database verses multiple databases in a modular fashion like MongoDB shards, but emulated in MySQL.

Go is not like you cannot change the version when you want.
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 13:24:57 GMT
<![CDATA[php 7 not working]]>
Quote From : Navee Today at 12:16 pm
If all goes may very well be deployed as the official Ampps server...
Sorry for all the posts but I cannot locate the (edit) button and I could not take 'well be' auto-corrected to 'web'
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 12:25:28 GMT
<![CDATA[php 7 not working]]>
If all goes well with setup and configurations it may very web deployed as the official Ampps server for all my computers in the network. Great for emulating real world editing conditions like Wordpress at the host (I.e. GoDaddy, etc) rather on the same local machine. Something I do with WAMP and my testing apple and android mobile devices through the network connecting directly to WAMP (by setting device IP's in the host file) and opening a website to get true mobile responsive design and usability results (editable even at device level providing there is an app the reads source files) rather using browser emulation.

Hope you get PHP7 up and running...plan on using it as well. Together we will figure it out. Just wanted to be clear since I did suggest the second computer thing  :angel:
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 12:16:23 GMT
<![CDATA[php 7 not working]]>
Again I am not sure of how ampps does it but there should also be a .conf (configuration type file of the sort!) Understand that I am not advising you to do this, but as a programmer I would just set it manually although from a tutorial I watched on AMPPS there appears to be a UI to set it.

In WAMP I just copy the .conf file to the version of PHP I want to use or update it to a newer version from a binary download from also add/copy the phpForApache.ini and php.ini files to the php version directory I want to use and update the 'extension_dir' path to extension_dir = "C:/wamp/bin/php/php7.0.8/ext" Note: that is IF this apps directory is similar but somewhere there is a way to do this manually. In programming there always is...just have to know which files to edit with Administrative Rights.

This includes installing PECL Libraries such as oAuth library used to communicate with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn...ya know the new log in with Facebook protocol instead of signing up the old fashion way.

AGAIN, I am not saying try any of this if you are unfamiliar with updating php versions manually. Don't break your application and need to re-install it, but it should not be that big of an issue until you start editing ini files incorrectly or move them out of their current directory instead of making a copy (as the same filename) as suggested to the desired php version directory. I.e. 3 files, the config, and both ini's as described.

Hopefully an official and certified Ampps moderator will assist. If I actually knew the application installation structure I am sure I would be able to figure it out unless the instructions Microsoft like and are compiled in a DLL, but the Apache, PHP and MySQL are open source stacks so it shouldn't be a problem.

My professional programming advice is to have second cheap computer capable of holding a modern OS of at least Windows 7. Install application there and have a go and manual configurations to learn how to work with things under the hood of the UI. If it breaks at least lol you know what NOT to do on your main system...but always have a second testing computer for the purpose of learning software and catching viruses, infections from malware and bugs there instead of your main workstation computer.

Install and application called DeepFreeze by Faronics on your test machine and NEVER worry about destroying anything because a reboot sets it back to normal no matter how many infections or malicious folder and registry corruptions you get.

Be wise mates and see if you can locate the PHP directory because your 'extension_dir' in the .ini might not be set to the version you want to use.
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 11:52:07 GMT
<![CDATA[Apache fails to start on MS Server 2003/WinXP]]>
So would the resolve of this particular issue have anything to do with the installation directory? Normally these type type of stacks install natively on the C: drive. As the DLL error stack points. Again seems like a lot of user creativity going on without the knowledge of knowing the paths need to be set in the config and/or ini files of each (Apache, PHP and MySQL) least that is the case for WAMP ...however I leave the installation as the original programmer intended and leave outside creativeness to updating phpMyAdmin if applicable (that involves changing paths to the new version) and/or vhost configurations with paths to the www to a drive or its own sole partition. (I.e. E:\www)

Regardless it involves known path setting, and maybe you have done this since this is version 3.3 and I have 3.6 prepared to install to replace WAMP and MAMP...maybe enforce the native installation dir and rename the change directory button to advanced (with a JS alert stating "not recommended unless you know what you are doing and how to edit the files...") dialog...unless there is a script that edits and registers the directory based on custom install path during installation OR at least checks for an argument that considers known paths such as:
Drive:\Program Files (older OS)\Ampps ...or the same as older OS for x64
Drive:\Program Files (x86 newer OS)\Ampps
&& reject installation or disable folders if (user sets Desktop, or system folders such as Windows or System32...*you'd be surprised about this one and a couple of YouTube vids on how to know your system--especially editing the host file: a process for setting up virtual host domains can do to a person*)

It just seems like developers taking on this software should be path-oriented because making a website is solely based on it, and should be able to identify an error like C:\Ampps and C:\Program Files\Ampps are two different creatures and clearly pointing out the issue. I guess it is the programmer in me outside of also being a web developer which are two different creatures as well.

I was attracted to this post because "Apache failing to start..." is a noteworthy issue to gaze at, but I see no issues here other than the obvious. *sips tea*  :-x
Tue, 06 Dec 2016 11:09:56 GMT