Trying to install newer apache but Laragon still points at some files from the older apache installation.
I found out, after renaming my directory to apache-2.4.18_64vc14_old, that when trying to run
apache-2.4.20_64vc14, this happens:
When I click on the Vhost file, is says that the file is not found.
(if I rename the old dir back to it's original, it is found. So it point at the wrong directory. But I don't know, how I can make Laragon look at the latest one. Where is that configured?
I'm having trouble to send emails using the new Mail Sender with Gmail.
When I compare the Mail Sender test which works as expected and the email sent using Drupal, I could see in the debug log that my CMS doesn't send a valid host/IP.
The test email is sent with my computer machine name linked to my external IP.
Update nodejs to version 5.9.1
Update phpMyAdmin to version 4.6
Add ngrok to allow connections from the internet to local server. Check this post to know its benefits: https://forum.laragon.org/topic/88/allow-outside-other-devices-phones-tablets-to-access-your-local-server-using-ngrok
Add [Reload] button to Main Interface to reload Apache in the blink of an eye after changing configurations... (You can achieve the same result with Menu > Apache > Reload)
Change "Auto create virtual hosts' feature: Add ServerAlias to each virtualhost entry (ServerAlias *.xxx.dev)
Allow Mail Analyzer bypas self-certificate when authenticate with Google Mail
Update nodejs to version 5.5, npm to version 3.3.12
Improve "Automatic create virtual host" feature:
Laragon will show instruction message in more details when hosts file is Read-only..
I just tried the new download, which states : 1.0.3. in the title bar. (1.0.2. on the website)
It refuses to run my php install, since in runs 32bits mode, and my php is 64bits. I have a 64 bits computer.
Tried to install a newer apache (64 bits), but then apache nags about not finding a path.
I don't know how to continue now. At home I have the 1.0.2 and is running the php 7.0.2 64bits.