Hamza Amir wrote:Where to find php.ini file in xampp 1.7.4 and how to edit it please tell
You are still not following advice, search the forums.Altrea wrote:in this 3 hours between your two posts you can't use the search function of your windows?
You don't seem to want to follow forum advice, do you? do you honestly believe people will help you when you won't follow simple instructionsSharley wrote:...could you please delete your other related post in the other forum...
...which, by the way, is a German only language forum.
Please delete your other thread/topic and then create a new topic for your mail() issue as it is off topic in here, then you may be given some help.Hamza Amir wrote:please help me
Sharley wrote:You should have created a new topic rather than post in here as not knowing where the php.ini file is not an issue with 1.7.4, is it?
Make sure Apache and MySQL in XAMPP are running then go to:
Look for the item Loaded Configuration File and it will tell you what you want to know and also provides all the information you need to know about your php installation settings.
The link is now fixed.Dragon7s wrote:Sharley, I clicked the localhost link above and got this message:
Object not found!
In a default XAMPP 1.7.4 installation the php.ini file is located in C:\xampp\php\ folder.Dragon7s wrote:I've looked through the xampp/php file for the php.ini
Sharley wrote:The link is now fixed.Dragon7s wrote:Sharley, I clicked the localhost link above and got this message:
Object not found!In a default XAMPP 1.7.4 installation the php.ini file is located in C:\xampp\php\ folder.Dragon7s wrote:I've looked through the xampp/php file for the php.ini
If there is no php.ini file, is there just a php file with no extension?
If so then you will need to find the Windows setting that permits you to see all file extensions on your PC - usually Control Panel>Folder Options>View...
...then remove the tick in the Hide extensions for known file types.
Check again if you now have a php.ini file and then try and start Apache and MySQL again - PHP will not run if the php.ini file is not named correctly or is missing entirely which seems to be related to your main issue (not a 1.7.4 specific issue).
If it is still not found then you have a corrupt installation and would need to uninstall the current installation completely and download a fresh file and install again.
After uninstalling the current version, you could try an alternative method by downloading and extracting the ZIP version and then to complete the ZIP method you would need to run the C:\xampp\setup_xampp.bat file to have all the paths set correctly.
Your issue, like the other related poster made, is not XAMPP 1.7.4 related as clearly the php.ini file is included in all XAMPP 1.7.4 releases and indeed in all XAMPP releases as without it PHP, one of it's main components, will simply fail to run, but rather it is related to a Windows OS setting issue and should therefore have been posted in a separate topic entirely.
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