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Installing Magento 1.7 with WAMP 2.2 error
 
roshanlal
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I am also facing same problem and in apache_error.log I am getting these error messages:

[Tue Jun 12 11:40:33 2012] [notice] Parent: child process exited with status 255—Restarting.
[Tue Jun 12 11:40:33 2012] [notice] Apache/2.2.21 (Win32) PHP/5.3.10 configured—resuming normal operations
[Tue Jun 12 11:40:33 2012] [notice] Server built: Sep 10 2011 11:34:11
[Tue Jun 12 11:40:33 2012] [notice] Parent: Created child process 9412
[Tue Jun 12 11:40:33 2012] [notice] Child 9412: Child process is running
[Tue Jun 12 11:40:33 2012] [notice] Child 9412: Acquired the start mutex.
[Tue Jun 12 11:40:33 2012] [notice] Child 9412: Starting 64 worker threads.
[Tue Jun 12 11:40:33 2012] [notice] Child 9412: Starting thread to listen on port 80.
[Tue Jun 12 11:40:33 2012] [notice] Child 9412: Starting thread to listen on port 80.

 
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blancy
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Thanks to jicksonkoottala.  Your instructions moved things along and I was able to complete the install with wamp2.2 64 bit.

 
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Spletis - 07 July 2012 09:21 PM

You have in newer Magento 1.7.0.1 the same problem?

I managed to get this install.

Here is what I did

WAMP 2.2e- Latest Version

Here is the addon you need to put in

Apache 2.2.11
Php5.3.0

On php.ini change
Change Max_execution_time=1800
Change Max_input_time=1800

delete Local.xml on magento, Located on -
WAMP } www } Magento } App } App } Etc.

You need a clean fresh DB - If you have tried previous best advice to use Phpmyadmin to drop the previous DB and create a new DB.

It should works now.

 
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drivendev
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Success!!

In case anyone else has issues installing Magento 1.7 on a system running PHP 5.3.1 and Apache 2.2, this solution worked for me: http://www.anthonychambers.co.uk/blog/magento-1.7-crashing-apache/7

“Apparently there is a known bug in PHP versions < 5.3.11 whereby any file that is an exact multiple of 4096 bytes (4KiB) will cause Apache to crash and restart.”

1. Navigate to your Magento directory
2. In the search box in the top right, type in: size:4096
3. In the results I saw: \app\code\core\Mage\Core\Controller\Varien\Router\Admin.php and \lib\Zend\Form\Decorator\Fieldset.php
4. Open each and immediately after the <?php tag just enter a space

Thanks to Anthony Chambers for posting this fix on his blog and saving my day!

 
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dinoz12
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Hey guys everything is ok and running well. But i cant access to admin control panel(backend). Please help me.

PS: I know my english is bad. Realy Sorry!

 
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yashendusavalia
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perspres - 26 April 2012 12:04 PM

Woop woop!

I have successfully installed Magento 1.7 (full) on WAMP 2.2. smile

Problem: In short, Magento 1.7 doesn’t like the PHP 5.3.10 that comes with WAMP. Not sure why, but it doesn’t!. The solution is to install the PHP5.3.0 addon available from the wampserver website.


Points to note:
1. The addons on the wampserver site do not come loaded with 64-bit DLLs so if your running with WAMP 64-bit then your going to have to switch to 32-bit.
2. You need to set up a virtualhost within apache for your site (e.g. magento.localhost) or you will not be able to login to the admin panel as most browsers do not enable cookies on sites without a . (decimal) in the url. I’m not going to detail how to do this here as theres loads on vhosts on google, all of which are written by better educated dudes than myself!


Basic Guide to Install Magento 1.7 on WAMP2.2

Download the following:

WAMP 2.2d MUST BE 32-bit!
Sourceforge - WAMP2.2d 32-bit

PHP 5.3.0
WAMP PHP 5.3.0 Addon

It’s best to start fresh, so take this opportunity to uninstall your current version of WAMP and ensure to delete any remaining folders left behind in “c:\wamp”. Please note that this going to wipe any databases/site files so ensure you make backups first if nessecesary.

1. Install WAMP2.2d.
2. Right Click WAMP icon > Apache > Apache Modules > ‘rewrite_module’ - enable.
3. Install PHP 5.3.0 and WAMP should restart in the process.
4. Enable PHP 5.3.0 by selecting it under WAMP icon > PHP > Version > ‘5.3.0’.
5. Edit your php.ini under WAMP icon > PHP > php.ini to uncomment ‘extension=php_curl.dll’.
6. WAMP icon > Restart all services.

You should now be left with a nice green WAMP icon and a version of PHP 5.3.0. If you proceed with Magento 1.7 as per normal, you should now be successful.

Good luck! :D

Thanxs for the guidence dude...had same problem with magento 1.8.1 ... its solved...even without wamp 2.2d (i am having wamp 2.2b)…

again thanxs a lot for help… smile

 
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Monty_iLM
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Hi,

You can also check this thread for this http://www.magentocommerce.com/wiki/1_-_installation_and_configuration/installing_on_windows_with_xampp_and_wamp

Hope this will help you!!

Thanks

Monty
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