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Note that you will have to enable the php_mysql.dll extension in the php.ini file of the server and in the php script. Also, in order to connect to the database using PDO, you will need the following extension: php_pdo_mysql.dll. You have to uncomment the following lines:
This means, when you install PHP 5.6.14 or 5.15, this directory ext will be created in your WAMP folder. You can find the file php.ini in the following path in your WAMP:
Upload the C:wampbinapacheapache2.4.4binhttpd.exe file to your desktop, double-click it, and then upload it to C:wampbinapacheapache2.4bin in the system path.
- For PHP 5.6.14, I used the following code:
C:wampbinapacheapache2.exe<br /><br />C:wampbinapacheapache2.4bin<br /><br />ext<br /><br />php.ini<br />
<br /><br />httpd.
[/php] [global] ; Path to php.ini ; http://mysite.com/php/.ini ; Defines how many times a given script is cached, default is 10 max_execution_time = 30 ; Maximum execution time of each script, seconds ; default 0 = unlimited max_execution_time = 30 ; Maximum execution time of each script, seconds ; default 0 = unlimited max_input_time = 60 ; Maximum amount of time each script may spend parsing request data ; default 0 = no maximum max_input_time = 60 ; Maximum execution time of each script, seconds ; default 0 = no maximum memory_limit = 128M ; Maximum amount of memory a script may consume (128M) post_max_size = 8M [upload_tmp_dir] ; Directory where uploaded files (post-uploads; the name "upload_tmp_dir" is ; used for a temporary directory) can be saved. ; Default: C:wamp64tmp ;upload_tmp_dir = C:wamp64tmp ; Directory where uploaded files (post-uploads; the name "upload_tmp_dir" is ; used for a temporary directory) can be saved. ; Default: C:wamp64tmp ;upload_tmp_dir = C:wamp64tmp [error_log] ; Location of the error log file ; default: /home/myuser/wamp64/logs/php_error.log ; log_errors=0 ; Duration of time in seconds to wait for a PHP document to load before sending an HTTP header (used by the index handler) ; 0 = disable header ; Defaults to 0 (disabled) ; Default: 30 ignore_status_code=0 ; Location of the log file of the index handler ;default: /home/myuser/wamp64/logs/index.
i basically had the same kind of problem. the original version of my x years old wamp was with php5.3.x. i tried similar steps to upgrade it without success. i took a look on the logs php warning: php startup: in unknown on line 0 nice, thanks for the help logs finally, after some hours, i recognized that the problem was not the php binaries i had, but the wamp application itself. for any strange reason, it needed php binaries build with specific options and mostlikely specific visualstudio version. i simply unsinstalled it and got last version. on the last wamp version, i added other php version following the same steps (and removing the xdebug related extensions that i dont have from ini), it is working fine. the only thing im afraid of now, is to not being able to downgrade my php version and having all the extension working. i had some strange complains about php build id while trying to run php5.4.38 from command line. but i guess thats out of this topic.
on the general tab, click on the radio button labeled apache and select the default, wampserver, as the web server. you can select whichever server you wish, but apache is recommended for most. also, leave the default port box checked.
there are some great tutorials out there for php scripting. wampserver provides an easy way to create a wampserver directory and then package it up with all the files and folders that you need. if you dont want to do that, you can do it manually, but theres a good chance that you wont get it all right (and im no php expert either, so you'll have to do some research yourself).