It may have to do with the fact I have a space in my rootfolder name, because it states: "the folder name is invalid". And it truncates the working folder after the first space. I have tried correcting any paths in the Terminal's settings, but have proved unsuccesful. Any pointers appreciated! Thanks in advance,
Hi. I encountered the login error after i tried to adjust my local environment with SSL certificate by editing the .htaccess file as suggested by my hosting support. After I found the environment no longer accessible, I deleted the added codes but it's still inaccessible... what should I do? Thanks
Hello, Is there a way to access multiple servers on our LAN? I didn't use ngrok because I only need it in our LAN environment and our network actually doesn't allow access to nip.io and such. I also cannot configure our DNS because the server is handled by our parent company.
I managed to access my laravel site(site1) after I switched from Apache to Nginx and added my IP address on the server name on auto.site1.test.conf -> (access through lan by http://IPaddress:8080) I then tried the same on site2 but of course it doesn't work. I tried changing the port of site2 by editing (Listen 8080 to 80), it worked but that isn't what we want because we would like to host more than 2 sites on the server.
So my questions are:
1) Is there another way to access the 2nd site without changing port?
2)Is it possible to remove the port 8080 on the address bar? (changed nginx's port to 80 in preferences, but then i can still only access the site 1 through the address. I cannot access using something like http:IPaddress/site1 or site2)
3)How can I also access phpMyAdmin through LAN?
Laragon localhost won’t upload my XML file, not had any issues with any previous installs, but new installs no longer accept them. The XML file works on my online hosted sites just fine. I’ve also tried disabling all plugins. It must be something being caused by Laragon as I've ruled out everything else.
I've downloaded Laragon in full, switched to Nginx from Preferences -> Services & Ports -> Unchecked Apache and Checked Nginx. Then I installed a new project via Menu -> Quick App -> WordPress. I have enabled SSL...
Wait a minute. AH I see now, you have to use the SSL port 8443 so:
I've already checked the normal reasons for this error, but neither apply, all sites just say "error connecting to database" but the database credentials are correct and the database is running with all the correct tables.
As the normal reasons for this error aren't providing a solution, I have no idea how to even troubleshoot this now. Any help or suggestions on how I can find out what's causing the issue would be highly appreciated.