On each Laragon update/upgrade it warns me Windows Command Processor is activated. Not that it is big deal to open Task Manager and kill task(s) (2 of them), but would be nice to make an workaround to avoid this error. (Installation cannot proceed) Windows 10, with latest updates.
running composer command to install laravel installer, but it didnt work, the process stuck, the lines only showed "changing directory to bla bla" .
then I install composer from the official website, add the PATH in env variables, running the command again and it worked.
the same occurs with npm, when i am using the npm from laragon i cant use "npm install". the console displayed error.
then I install the ones from Node official websites, adding to PATH, and it did work normally.
I really love Laragon and would really want to use it for every thing and go away from Wamp64 which I consider is also good but maybe with less potential than Laragon.
My problem is that I have to deal with websites that require to run on PHP 5.6.X.
On Laragon website home page it states the following:
"This is the best web server software. (...). Laragon is very easy to use (switching PHP versions etc), light weight and the most important part is, (...) create virtual hosts feature and cmder." (@amirolzolkifli)
In my case I want PHP 5.6, then I picked this one:
But my problem is that when I restart Apache with the Laragon manager (and that PHP release included on the PHP container directory) it says there is a mismatch problem between the compilation of the Apache provided by Laragon which is "VC14-x64" and the compoilation of the PHP release above which is "VC11-x64".
Hey @leokhoa . Have you considered playing with some sort of Windows Subsystem for Linux integration? I'm not quite sure how that would work but some software requires that the server runs on Linux. For those I'm still using Docker or a VM and that's terribly cumbersome to configure, especially after getting used to all the Laragon awesomeness.
Would it be possible to make use of that new feature / would it even bring any advantages at all?