I've built the pcntl exension to work with PHP 7.1 64-bit on Windows. The extension is compatible with Unix pcntl api, but is not functional yet as it will take much time to convert Unix's signals to Windows procees model.
However, you can add it to your PHP's extension to overcome the extension-missing stopper.
Laragon's Terminal (Menu > Laragon > Terminal) extends the power of Cmder (which is built on top of ConEmu, Clink). Laragon adds some features to Cmder to make using the Terminal more fun:
Global hotkey: just press Ctrl + Alt + T, you can invoke the Terminal at anytime. After invoking, you can use the Ctrl + Alt + T or Ctrl + ` to quickly hide/show the Terminal.
Isolated environment: Many programs will run only on Laragon's Terminal because they are isolated from the OS. You can add/delete them without any worries.
F11: Toggle Full screen
Ctrl + T: Create new tab (without confirmation)
Ctrl + Shift + T: Split active tab vertically
Ctrl + Shift + H: Split active tab horizontally
Ctrl + W: Delete previous word (In Cmder, it will close current tab)
Ctrl + Shift + W: Close current tab
Ctrl + Shift + Q: Close Terminal
Ctrl + Shift + 2: Make Terminal window transparent
Ctrl + Shift + 3...9: Reduce transparent
Ctrl + Shift + 1: Remove transparent
Note: some useful Clink's hotkeys you should know:
Go to the beginning-of-line: Ctrl-A
Go to the end-of-line: Ctrl-E
Delete from cursor to the beginning-of-line: Ctrl-U
Delete from cursor to the-end-line: Ctrl-K
Incremental history search Ctrl-R/Ctrl-S
Previous Command: Ctrl-P
There are more, so to see them: Alt-H
laragon et Workbench ne communiquent pas comment régler ce problème
SQLSTATE [HY000]  Accès refusé pour l'utilisateur 'root' @ 'localhost' (en utilisant le mot de passe: OUI) (SQL: sélectionnez * à partir de slides où ʻactive= 1 ordre par created_at` desc)
Note that you can download and use both (just switch version). Suppose you download Python 2.7. Extract the downloaded to: C:\laragon\bin\python\python-2.7 (If there is no python dir in bin, just create it)
Close Laragon, then open it again (to refresh the Menu). Select the version at: Laragon Menu > Python > Version > python-2.7
Now, open Terminal (Ctrl - Alt - T) and type:
you should see something like that: Python 2.7.13
you should see something like that: pip 9.0.1 ...............
Congrats! Your Laragon now has Python!
Very easy huh. That's all forks!
First, I can't believe I stumbled upon Laragon! Where have you been all my life? LOL!
These were great instructions to upgrade, thanks! Everything went beautifully until I tried to connect to MySQL with SQLyog. I logged in got this error: The user specified as a definer ('mysql.infoschema'@'localhost') does not exist
mysql> select user, host from mysql.user;
| user | host |
| mysql.session | localhost |
| mysql.sys | localhost |
| root | localhost |
3 rows in set (0.00 sec)
The info schema user doesn't exist! So I ran a Windows CMD as Admin and executed mysql_upgrade.exe -u your_user_name -p your_password in the C:\laragon\bin\mysql\mysql-8.0.13-winx64\bin directory. It took a few minutes for the schema to update, but there were no errors. Afterwards, the results of my query were:
Install it to default location:
Note: The Ghostscript Installer will create an entry in Registry "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\GPL Ghostscript\9.10" which contains GS_DLL & GS_LIB keys and ImageMagick use them to find proper binary to call.
Open Laragon's Terminal
Go to Ghostscript's bin folder
cd "C:\Program Files\gs\gs9.10\bin"
Test making pdf file from ps
..\lib\ps2pdf ..\examples\tiger.eps C:\tiger.pdf
You should have the file C:\tiger.pdf
Test converting from PDF to png:
Go to where you extracted ImageMagick, go to its bin folder - where the convert.exe file is located (ImageMagick-6.9.3-7-vc14-x64\bin) and run
convert C:\tiger.pdf C:\tiger.png
Hello Everyone, I am learning deno programming and I want to install deno but I don't know how I can do it? I also want to know how to reset the simple API in Deno. Can anyone know about it? Please suggest some tutorials where i can learn this thinks.
So I installed Laragon Lite on windows 10 and added python 3.6.
The problem is when I run a basic .py script it doesnt work. It shows me the content of the file instead
I added to httpd.conf the following line
AddHandler cgi-script .py
But I receive this message
*Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
I tried others paths instead of bin\python\python-3.6.1 but I still receive the same error message
I guess there is a way to tell apache where to find the python interpreter to run .py scripts but I can't figure it out.
Laragon 1.0.7 includes ngrok, an excellent tool to expose your local server behind a NAT or firewall to the internet.
This tutorial helps you to allow connections from outside to your [project.dev]
Make sure of our services is running (Start All), press Ctrl + Alt + T to open Terminal
Ctrl + Alt + T
Run ngrok by typing: ngrok http project.dev:80
ngrok http project.dev:80
Ngrok will start and show status screen, note for a domain which looks like this: xxxxxxxx.ngrok.io (in that case: 3e66ccf0.ngrok.io)
Forwarding http://3e66ccf0.ngrok.io -> project.dev:80
Open http-vhosts.conf (Menu > Apache > http-vhosts.conf), and add the domain to ServerAlias of project.dev Virtualhost entry:
<VirtualHost *:80> #laragon magic!
ServerAlias *.project.dev, 3e66ccf0.ngrok.io
Reload Apache (Menu > Apache > Reload). That's all.
DONE! You and your customers now can access your project.dev from anywhere using this url: http://3e66ccf0.ngrok.io
Note: The url will be changed each time you run ngrok.