Django29 wrote:Thanks for replying, but as I could not make Xamp working, I tried Wamp, and as I could not make Wamp working, I tried EasyPhp.
Then as I could not ....
Finally, I was not able to make my demonstration this morning, during my association meeting.
In Easyphp, after I changed the port 80 =>8080 in binaries/conf_files/httpd.conf, it looked like it was working, but PhpMyadm refuses to save the DB I create.
But one day, maybe ...
Classic situation on windows machine. IIS takes port 80 and what next.
First of all check what you have on system and on what ports.
In console try netstat -ano this will give you all used ports
then you can figure out what on 80 etc by checking the PID tasklist /fi "pid eq 444"
Most important ports for you are:
80 - default www port
3306 - classic mysql port
my conslusion is you have finally brought to live easyphp on port 8080 but phpmyadmin tries to contact a database which is on port 3306 but there is different database, or no database. Check on what port your easyphp database listens.
I hope that this brought some light to topic