I am working with one of my projects in laragon and from time to time this stops working and I see the message can not access the site I have to restart the PC so that it works correctly again. I've already tried cleaning the cache and history
When I discovered Laragon I was happy from the features it offers but while minutes and hours goes by, my feeling started to change from happy to angry... sorry to say that but I'm somehow disappointed.
I'm having issues running projects with SSL.
First, Chrome/Firefox/Opera .. all denies the access as they don't trust the certificate provided with the website and I'm getting an error like :"This site can’t provide a secure connection
laravel.dev sent an invalid response.
Try running Windows Network Diagnostics.
and sometimes an issue with HSTS etc....
I then had issues with Nginx / Apache starting web server, Nginx says port 80 is in use, skype is uninstalled and same issue is thrown, Apache says can't bind 443 to the host which confusing... I ended up changing web port to 8080 and ssl to 4443 and I still want to use port 80/443 but how?
I tried to use HTTP only without SSL, every website is trying to lookup for HTTPS://...
Hey there, just following up on this post from 2016. Has Laragon been released yet on Mac? I absolutely love Laragon on my home workstation. At my office job I only have my Mac to work on, unfortunately. I'm honestly tired of MAMP. I enjoy the quick create feature in Laragon since I am primarily building Wordpress websites for my clients. Any help will be greatly appreciated!
I had to reset my PC, did a fresh install of Win10, installed all necessary software via the awesome service of www.ninite.com (no spam, really recommend it - please remove the link if that violates your forum rules) and finally installed laragon (which I'm using since several months and really love it!).
The problem: I always got a blank white screen in my browser, no matter which laragon-site I tried. It took me quite some time to find the culprit: A blocked port 80 by one of those f** tools that are installed by some other software...
It would have been really great to get a notification by Laragon that port 80 is already in use. If this should already be the case: There was none. I got no error, everything seemed to work. Just got a blank white screen in my browser...
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?
I think that Laragon is a great product. And it should be used by as many people as possible.
One big drawback in my opinion is the project setup:
The folder structure is very confusing: What do all the files mean and where can I find the right file? (see below)
Sourceforge is not a hoster that many people trust. They had many scandals and their features are totally outdated. Github, Gitlab or Bitbucket are much better alternatives – and all free
There are no sources nor docs describing how we can contribute to the project – I bet many people would love to contribute but have no clue how.
My proposal – and I am more than ready to help you realizing it:
Move the project to Github, Gitlab or Bitbucket and restructure the folders
What do you think?
Folder structure is irritating
Recent release is hidden in: Home > releases > 3.2
I would expect the top *.exe to be the recent release
What does php5.4-WinXP (updated: 2015) do on top level?
What does php5.5 (updated: 2015) do on top level?
| |-- full
| |-- portable
| |-- addons
Using Laragon Mint 3.1.4
Hi to all, Just found out about Laragon. I'm XAMPP user for a long time.
Excited to install Wordpress. Everything works fine, except when I change to pretty links.
I get 404 errors. Can someone point me to the right direction on how to fix this.
according to this https://www.laragon.org/download/
it tell us Laragon have three version︰Wamp installer version、Mint、Portable
I know the portable version meaning but how about the Mint verion？
such like the php
the installer Laragon version use php-X.X.X-Win32-VCX-x64 but Portable version use php-X.X.X-nts-Win32-VCX-x86
why the default version will that？
is it because the "nts" or "x86" only work in Portable or Mint version？
if not，why don't consider that no matter which Laragon version is，it have the same software version code（if could，it also more convenient for you to release any new version or even only have Portable version maybe one day in the future）
if I use apache 64bit version，so the php should be use the 64bit version too，correct？（x64 to x64 and x86 to x86）
such like the ngrok
the ngrok only exist in installer version，could I use the below trick step that the installer version to become Portable version
STEP1︰install the installer Laragon version
STEP2︰copy "C:\laragon" to "D:\laragon"
STEP3︰uninstall the laragon，so the "C:\laragon" should be disappear or blan
STEP4︰use the "D:\laragon" to instead and locate your project in "D:\laragon\www" folder and so on...
Just a quick note on how speedy Laragon is in the wild:
I wrote an article which is featured right here on the Laragon forum. A visitor commented on the article and tried Laragon, and needed some help because initially, he thought perhaps Laragon was not as fast as it should be, but after some corrections, his tests came back with surprising results.