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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
PostPosted: Wed Nov 11, 2009 2:36 pm 
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My thinking here is based on the issue seemingly not happening on pages that don't need MySql (i.e. the test script and the PMA login page). I started to see either the Access Violation message or a 500 Server Error. I went with fastcgi and got their own version of the Access Violation "The FastCGI Handler was unable to process the request" then started dabbling with libmysql.dll based on another post. This seems to do the trick and I can get the error back by undoing the rename of the mysql version. My guessing is that either or both get called and try and handle the mysql stuff and conflict, so removing the mysql one seems to make things stable, at least on mine.

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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 1:44 am 
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Hi
I have installed the PHP installer and i think there is a problem? please can someone help?

If you create a file called phpinfo.php and include this

<?
phpinfo();
?>

you get the phpinfo page :), but create a file called hello.php and put this into it

<?
echo "Hello world...";
?>

then all i get is a blank page. No errors?

Can any one help please

Many thanks in advance

John
all start 'http://'

bigfooters.homeserver.com/rb/index.html - works
bigfooters.homeserver.com/rb/phpinfo.php - works
bigfooters.homeserver.com/rb/index.php - not work


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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2009 2:07 am 
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Try:

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echo "Hello World...";
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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
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That works a treat, Many thanks :) :whs:


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Hi Cougar,

On the wiki for install PHP on WHS, there is a mention about Wegotserved.com being hosted on a WHS server.

Do you by any chance know how to get a domain, like www.domain.com, to be hosted using a home WHS server?

I have a website for my daughters that I want to be hosted from my home.

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Hopefully Terry is lurking somewhere and can cover what WGS is running on; but I'd guarantee it's not on WHS. Pretty sure his ADSl wouldnt cope with the traffic he is getting.

There are many different ways to skin this cat; but really it comes down to what options your provider has given you with regards to managing your domain name. Mine allows me to redirect it to an alternate domain name, which is a really simple option and achieves the result so I would check into the ISP end first.

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Ok, thanks. :)


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Someone I have been talking to had a question if anyone has any ideas (I will encourage him to sign up here to continue the discussion :mrgreen: )

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This project runs from php which means its IIS running it. you need to give permission for the user IIS is running as to have access to the video files. I have been using the IUSR_WHOMESERVER which is the internet guest user but on a WHS reboot the permissions is removed.

1: Is this the best user to add
2: is there a better user or a group that should get added.
3: can I do it in the shares folder or do I need to give access to another folder.

Basically, how can I give the Videos share folder permission for IIS/php to access it where its not lost on a reboot.

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This may help.

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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
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My WHS seems to have settled down, and is running great again (had a few teathing problems)

My question is will I be able to access a web page from my server if I cant access my http://myname.homeserver.com from within my own home ?

I can see my server from other peoples connection, and I can even access all my files from there to, but from home I cant, apparently this is normal.

My question is if using php say if i installed the wordpress plug-in cougar has made would I be able to access it from home ? so I can manage it ?

( I dont want to install php, mysql and then wordpress if I cant)

Just thought some one here might know before I did go ahead.

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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
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Think ive just found the answer to my own question

viewtopic.php?p=46731#p46731

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if you have issues accessing your domain internally you may want to ensure you have a hosts file set-up on your pc so the page renders the same as it would externally.


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Just installed PHP with this excellent addin. The hassle I have had installing PHP on other windows machines nearly made me cry bit this was so easy. Already tested with a HelloWorld page and all looks great.

Next step is to install MySQL. I plan to use WHS to run a small invoicing/inventory/printing application for my wife business and this (I hope) will be the answer.

Excellent work Cougar!


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hi, have posted same message but in wrong place (whs php beta).

my default, wwwroot is created into c:\inetpub\

but i would like modify this path like that d:\share\web\
do you now how i can do that without use IIS ?

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As all of the WHS pages use that structure; i wouldn't recommend it. You'd also need to use IIS to do anything there as it's already configured. Are you wanting to host additional files on D rather than C? If so; then using Virtual Directories in IIS is the only way I can think you could achieve this.

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 Post subject: Re: WHS PHP Installer
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