Right i have followed hte tutorial and i have downloaded the php nuke files and apache server, phpadmin and nukesql.php. Then i uploaded them to my site like it says in the tutorials. The thing is i have a problem as when i direct my browser to my homepage it gives me a blank page. I looked for solutions and i can´t find anything thats helps. As you might have guessed im new to php nuke! Any ideas would be appreciated as i cant work out whats not right
# Example mysql config file.
# Copy this file to c:\my.cnf to set global options
# One can use all long options that the program supports.
# Run the program with --help to get a list of available options
# This will be passed to all mysql clients
# Here is entries for some specific programs
# The following values assume you have at least 32M ram
# The MySQL server
set-variable = key_buffer=16M
set-variable = max_allowed_packet=1M
set-variable = thread_stack=128K
set-variable = flush_time=1800
# Uncomment the following row if you move the MySQL distribution to another
#basedir = d:/mysql/
thanks! now i have another question. Except thsi one will probably be simpler to answer! It says i need to set my doc_root = to my document root of my web server. Im not sure what this is or how to obtain it?
I don't have a windows based server but i'd venture to say you will most likely find a docs or a httpdocs folder in your apache dir but i'm not that sure about that, you could check www.php.net for samples of a configured php.ini if that is the file you're trying to edit.
Not to jump in on your conversation.. but I had the very same problems with XP. Finally I broke down and bought NuSphere, it is expensive but they have a trial you could DL, the reason I suggest it, is that it totally installs the php, apache, perl everything locally.
That would be cool too, at the time I was just trying to get started - still VERY new at it all - teaching myself deal at the moment.
I didn't know about these sites then Speaking of, this is a fantastic site, I love it much!
The main problem I had and couldn't get everything to coordinate was that something was using the standard port 80. I got the apache to work on port 8080 but couldn't seem to get the php and MYSQL to work. Nusphere configured it all to port 8080 so for me it worked lol.
PHPTriad (if it still is around) works great for getting a local server configured automatically as well. Like Lynn said, this is a fantastic site. I come here often to see what news is floating around. I, too, use Nusphere, simply because it has a real good IDE for PHP. Once you play with it and figure it out, it simplifies php development. PHPTriad is great for just getting everything you need running on a windows server. The only downfall is that it doesnt come with pearl...only PAM (Php, Apache and MySql). Give it a try if the tutorials arent helping out much. Sorry I dont have a weblink to post, but you can just do a Google search for PHPTriad. Good luck with it!!
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