Hi I am using V 4.0.5 and i can't find the log viewer
@malikahmed1996 by default all when you type hello.com it just tries to connect for Port 80 but in your case the port 80 is already been used by another application so you need to tell the app in which you are trying to connect to your site. like
I have a large set of WP Install in my localhost (Around 200WP install) i want them to be installed in subfolder eg
and like this
wc-plugins are located in the laragon root
Also as of now i am using my custom app.
This is kind of confusing. because everytime i need to change
php.ini i will change in the
php.ini.tpl file and start / restart the laragon but if
php.ini already exists then the file is not getting modified with the latest changes in
as per me i think its not a global kind of thing. as it just tries to replace / update the
Global file should be included after
php.ini loads from core. and it should be loaded no matter what. thats what i call it as global.
@leokhoa I think u missunderstood
i use php-7.1.20 version and the path for it is below
php.ini file that came by default with that zip file which i have downloaded it from the php site.
and also created a
php.ini.tpl file in the path you said.
now you want me to delete the
php.ini which came by default with the php source ?
Ok but the current php.ini is from the php source folder
@varunsridharan : Just backup your current php.ini (rename to php.ini.bak). Then restart Apache/Nginx, Laragon will use your global php.ini file.
@leokhoa i checked in the location
usr\tpl\php.ini.tpl and the file was missing so i created and tried to change certain values of php config. but it din't work out well.
@Ayesh , @varunsridharan : From Laragon 3.3+, you can use global php.ini:
When changing PHP version, Laragon will check and use
usr\tpl\php.ini.tplif it exists.
You can also use Quick Settings to change some frequent used settings quickly: https://forum.laragon.org/topic/1015/tutorial-how-to-manage-php-quick-settings
I have installed laragon and enabled SSL In Apache
And i am trying to view localhost in https mode but i get the below error in firefox
And here is the certificate info
But the same in chrome it works prefect and i get a full green
Even added SSL To trusted store
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