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1  DeveloperSide.NET / Anything else goes here / Re: Old version? As in "very first old" on: May 29, 2010, 01:31:11 PM
found that too, webdeveloper info. Sorry, getting myself re-acclimated with it over again.
2  DeveloperSide.NET / Anything else goes here / Re: Old version? As in "very first old" on: May 29, 2010, 01:18:54 PM
Is the username and password still root and root? When setting up db?
3  DeveloperSide.NET / Anything else goes here / Re: Old version? As in "very first old" on: May 29, 2010, 12:58:45 PM
Hi Pal, long time no talk. I actually just find it on my old server v1.95. That's what I know how to use. Do you think it works with windows 7?
4  DeveloperSide.NET / Anything else goes here / Old version? As in "very first old" on: May 29, 2010, 12:49:46 PM
Hi, I haven't been here in long time. Very very long time. I'm in need of testing server old version. I used to run my own site at home but haven't done it in over 3 years. Now I look to run another but I see this is now completely purchase only. Can original, (like myself) users still get the old version. I'm looking for the first version of this.

Thank you
5  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Professional Edition,
Support Forum
/ Re: forwarded website on port :8080
on: April 06, 2009, 07:03:02 PM
I've never tried that. do I have to change that in the httpd.config as well?

Thank you
6  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Professional Edition,
Support Forum
/ Re: forwarded website on port :8080
on: April 06, 2009, 06:51:56 PM
Yeh, my company is locked down like a fortress on their network. They view any sites which utilize alternative ports as rogue and possibly a threat.
7  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Professional Edition,
Support Forum
/ forwarded website on port :8080
on: April 06, 2009, 06:11:55 PM
Hi admin,

Long time no talk, it's been about 5 years and I'm still on one of the very first versions of the devside WAMP.

Everything is still working like a charm. I do have a question hopefully there is an answer for.

My company blocks any sites which are port forwarded like my site http://www.mydomain.com:8080.

Although there is nothing I can do with my ISP [verizon fios] to fix this, (they block port 80 by default so customers can't run their own sites).

Is there anything I can do with the WAMP for me to be able to access? Maybe tinker with a code adjustment?

Thank you as always!
8  DeveloperSide.NET / Anything else goes here / Re: PHPmotion and phpshield on Devside WAMP on: November 29, 2008, 03:50:57 PM
That's what I figured, I think they do this on purpose so that people will buy their install service. Do you have any ideas how to make the phpshield work?
9  DeveloperSide.NET / Anything else goes here / PHPmotion and phpshield on Devside WAMP on: November 29, 2008, 02:00:39 PM
Hi Admin,

I haven't been around in a long long long time, but I'm still running trusty v0.999 devside wamp. Never any need to change or upgrade because it always runs like a charm.

I've successfully installed and have been running phpbb2, zina, and coppermine over the past several years.

Today I have interest in installing phpmotion. The problem is, this script uses phpshield. The instructions they supply from phpshield to install the loaders are very vague.

I've installed the loader in the c:\www\php5\ext directory as it says to. I've configured the php.ini files in both the www directory and c:\windows directory to match the specific changes it says to make.

I still can't get phpshield installed. Can you help direct if you know?

Thank you

Ross
10  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Professional Edition,
Support Forum
/ Testing forum locally and uploading to your host
on: November 15, 2007, 02:13:49 PM
Hi admin, haven't been around in a long time. Finally decided to pay a host instead of hosting
myself.

My host is godaddy. Linux platform with both the latest mysql and PHP revisions and the old.

I know you simply create a db on your host then import the db file, but how do you associate your
forum with the settings when it's been ftp'd?

Basically. I set up my forum on localhost on my pc for testing. Then I went to my host and
created the db, then I uploaded my forum to my host. I can't connect though. The database
is named the same thing and the un and pw are the same. How do I get to my ACP to reconfig
the settings to reflect the domain path to the the db?

Thanks
11  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
Public Support Forum
/ Making my forum a subdomain
on: June 22, 2007, 11:39:08 PM
I'd like to make my forum accessible by www. I know I have to make some edits, and add to my DNS server. How can I make this so it's http://www.forum.mysite.com? Thanks everybody
12  DeveloperSide.NET / Web.Developer Server Suite Community Edition,
Public Support Forum
/ Built my forum outside dev default
on: June 10, 2007, 02:04:27 AM
So, I put my phpbb outside/or I guess inside my www. phpbb is in www. as a link on my site. However, I would like the forum to be able to be acessed by itself instead of a link thru my site. I know I can do it, but how is it done?
13  DeveloperSide.NET / Feedback and Suggestions / Re: phpmailer on: March 08, 2007, 03:23:47 PM
Yes, I'd like to have a full mail server. I use my verizon smtp to send and it sends. I can see it in the mail queue then release, but it doesn't return. I guess because it gets blocked coming back in? I don't know.
14  DeveloperSide.NET / Feedback and Suggestions / Re: phpmailer on: March 05, 2007, 03:47:12 PM
Interesting. Can this be used on port forwarded systems? My ISP blocks ports 25 and 110. I've tried merak mail, mailenable, and several others.
15  DeveloperSide.NET / Feedback and Suggestions / Re: phpmailer on: March 02, 2007, 08:14:57 PM
what is phpmailer?
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