To enable the Pspell extension, first find the php.ini file, which, depending on the XAMPP version, is by default located at either C:\\xampp\\apache\\bin\\php.ini or C:\\xampp\\php\\php.ini. Open it in a text editor, find the following line (which should be in a block relating to extensions about halfway down the file), and remove the semicolon:
1. Download and install AspellThe first step is to download and install the Windows port of Aspell, and an appropriate dictionary. The Windows version of Aspell is available from the Windows page on the Aspell website. Although the Windows version has not been updated since the days of Windows XP, it will run without problems on Windows Vista and Windows 7.
You need enable extension by uncommenting the following line extension=php_intl.dll in the C:\\xampp\\php\\php.ini file. Once you uncomment the extension=php_intl.dll, then you must restart apache server using XAMPP control panel.
As Ondřej Bouda mentioned: Setting up Windows environment variables is enough. No copies of dlls, no entries to http-conf. Just add the php-directory (C:\\xampp\\php) to PATH. Don't forget to restart XAMPP-Control-Panel if you use this, otherwise it won't know the changes. (And restart Apache of cause.)
Windows Extensions; Note that ODBC support is built in, so no dll is needed for it.; Note that many DLL files are located in the extensions/ (PHP 4) ext/ (PHP 5); extension folders as well as the separate PECL DLL download (PHP 5).; Be sure to appropriately set the extension_dir directive.
extension=php_bz2.dll;extension=php_curl.dllextension=php_mbstring.dllextension=php_exif.dll;extension=php_fileinfo.dllextension=php_gd2.dllextension=php_gettext.dll;extension=php_gmp.dll;extension=php_intl.dll;extension=php_imap.dll;extension=php_interbase.dll;extension=php_ldap.dll;extension=php_mssql.dll;extension=php_mbstring.dll;extension=php_exif.dll ; Must be after mbstring as it depends on itextension=php_mysql.dllextension=php_mysqli.dll;extension=php_oci8.dll ; Use with Oracle 10gR2 Instant Client;extension=php_oci8_11g.dll ; Use with Oracle 11gR2 Instant Client;extension=php_openssl.dll;extension=php_pdo_firebird.dllextension=php_pdo_mysql.dll;extension=php_pdo_oci.dll;extension=php_pdo_odbc.dll;extension=php_pdo_pgsql.dllextension=php_pdo_sqlite.dll;extension=php_pdo_sqlite_external.dll;extension=php_pgsql.dll;extension=php_pspell.dll;extension=php_shmop.dll
PECL extensions for Windows is being worked on. Windows DLL can be downloaded right from the PECL website. The PECL extension release and snapshot build directories are browsable directly.
A week ago PHP 8.1.0 has been released and you may be eager to try it out, but you need one or more PECL packages for which there are no PHP 8.1 binary packages available yet, and you may wonder when these will be made available. Well, the PHP for Windows team does not want to provide possibly premature binary packages, so as usual, we will wait until late January or early February to trigger the mass build for all applicable PECL packages; that is, after PHP 8.1.2 has been released, what is currently scheduled for January, 20th. After the builds have been done, you can download the binary packages from pecl.php.net as usual.
Waiting for two months is no option for you In that case you can download snapshot builds of some of the PECL packages. If there is no snapshot for your package available, consider to contact the team and to request that a snapshot for that package is being build. Note though, that these snapshot builds are not recommended for production. However, testing these and reporting issues is very welcome!
Due to a build system error which only has been noticed recently, so far the PHP 8.0.0 pre-release builds didn't contain php_oci8_12c.dll and php_pdo_oci.dll in the ext/ folder. You can now separately download these files and copy them in your existing PHP-8.0.0beta1 installation (the DLLs are not suitable for the alpha releases). Make sure that you use the appropriate package (x64 vs. x86, and non thread-safe vs. thread-safe).
Yep. Went through the process last night on my PC at home (also XP SP2) got the missing dll errors then today at work I deleted the files from last night, downloaded XAMPP again, followed the instructions again and I got the same error.
Choose the version depending on your PHP version. You can use the tool provided by Xdebug developers: Xdebug Wizard. Copy and paste your phpinfo() function output or output of php -i command. The tool will give you the correct version to download.
As for the ionCube loader, this is free for anyone to download and install on their server. There are various different versions of ionCube loader available, each one designed for a specific system (Linux, Windows, macOS etc.), and 32-bit or 64-bit architectures.
There are different versions of the ionCube loader available for download. These are listed by platform and release date to make it easier to choose the right version relevant to your particular system.
As you can see, our particular server is Linux-based and the x86_64 refers to a 64-bit system. So the ionCube loader we should download is the Linux 64 bits tar.gz archive. Make sure you download the ionCube loader archive relevant to your system.
Hello, you downloaded the redistributable package, not the Developer Studio. A redistributable package is not the developer studio, the redist only installs libraries and stuff used by software that was written with VS 2008 .
2008 is far too old and it's not supported anymore. Why do you want to use VS 2008 Why don't you use a new version Nevertheless, if you need 2008, then maybe this post can help (without warranty): -c-2008-express-download-link-dead There is a link with a setup but I don't know what is downloaded and installed, because I didn't test the reply in the stackoverflow post (because I don't use 2008). You should use a new VS version from here:
I read your article and installed xampp. First, tried with 1.7.7 and then with 1.6.6. In both cases, I could not find the paradox.dll, i.e., paradox driver was not installed. What could I be doing wrong Is it possible to email me a copy a copy of php_paradox.dll.Thanks,Anil
The Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2012 can be downloaded from the Microsoft website as x86 or x64 edition depending on your program (x86 -> 32 bit or x64 -> 64 bit). The download link is as follows: -us/download/confirmation.aspxid=30679
Great guide. However I ran into an issue in running mysqld the fix though is to download and install Microsoft Visual C 2013 (version 12) or try running mysqld.exe manually and you will see the exact DLL that is missing and just Google it. More likely it is just also a missing installation of Visual C.
I am extremely impressed, and slightly surprised, that this worked flawlessly. Congratulations on the excellent post and many, many thanks for saving me from having to go back to wamp, xampp or (shudder) IIS.
To download PHP for Windows, go to windows.php.net/download/. There select the file VC15 x64 Thread Safe or VC15 x86 Thread Safe. Note: you need to download the Zip file (and not the Debug Pack).
Thanks!!! The instructions are clear, and I have a functioning server without the problems of xampp, wamp, uniserver, or other prefabs that I tried. While the concise instructions are amazing, it might be nice to offer an explanation of what some of the settings in httpd.conf, my.ini, and php.ini are actually doing. Maybe not, though . . . then it may get bogged down.
I downloaded:1) mysql-8.0.11-winx64.zip ;2) phpMyAdmin-4.7.6-all-languages.zipI have installed:Apache Version Apache/2.4.37 (Win64) OpenSSL/1.0.2q PHP/7.3.0But all this is already installed in such folders:Server Root C:/Apache24Loaded Configuration File C:\\php\\php.iniPATH C:\\php;C:\\Apache24;My question is: will phpMyAdmin and SQL work in this case
@Webfork absolutely wrong. It IS still under development. Just watch the beta-versions! Latest released dev-build (4.5.4 r2374) was just 9 days ago.However: the version 4.5.4 is NOT new, as the headline indicates. It has been out since at least July 2009. Just check the release history.Make sure to download it from the original page as you might want to get some of the dictionaries, tools, extensions, highlighters and code-snippets.
There are multiple ways to instantiate TinyMCE. Accessing TinyMCE through Tiny Cloud may not be the best use case for different deployment scenarios. This section explains additional installation options including package managers, self-hosted download, and other custom build options.
Move the downloaded DLL file to the ext directory of PHP installation. Note the php.ini location specified by Xdebug. In case you have executed the PHP script to get the output of the phpinfo() function using Eclipse, it might show the location as the temp directory since Eclipse creates the php.ini in temp directories using the php.ini file configured for the installed PHP. You must always configure the correct php.ini file (as shown in Fig 4) instead of the one available in the temp directory as mentioned in the instructions from Xdebug.
This problem can surface in many situations when working with zip files. Usually the easiest way to resolve it is to simply re-download the file if it was corrupted, or if the file was incomplete. Nonetheless sometimes you have to repair the file, or use a different zip app.
I recently encountered this issue repeatedly when trying to configure Signal messenger on a Mac but ultimately was able to resolve it by downloading Signal with curl instead of an (admittedly outdated) web browser, a bit curious, but resolved either way. Using a different download method also often works to fix CPGZ zip file unzip loops, and usually suggests the file was being corrupted for some reason or another. 1e1e36bf2d