Saturday, June 29, 2013

Unable to find the socket transport “ssl” – did you forget to enable it when you configured PHP?, xampp 1.8.1

Enabling SSL Socket Transport in Xampp 1.8.1

1. First you will need to stop your 'apache' services.

2. Then open php.ini which is located in '\xampp\php.'

3. Find libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll in xampp\php\ folder, and copy it into  xampp\apache\bin\ folder. Just overwrite the older files in there.

4. Edit php.ini file in xampp\apache\bin, remove the semicolon in “;extension=php_openssl.dll”
If you can’t find this line, just insert “extension=php_openssl.dll” in your php.ini

5. Start the Apache services.

6. That’s it, your SSL transport socket in your XAMPP has been activated.

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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Drupal site going frequently offline

If your Drupal 6.x site is going offline frequently in a regular interval of time then your Backup & Migrate module might be causing that problem. What seems to happen is when the module initiates the backup at the predefined time period the site goes into offline mode [that's if you've configured it that way] but is unable to come back to the online mode.

If the culprit is Backup & Migrate then follow the instruction below to fix it:

1. Go to /admin/content/backup_migrate/profile
2. If you've created a profile other than the Default Settings profile edit that profile else edit the Default Setting profile.
3. Click on Advanced Options and Uncheck the box "Take site offline."

That should help.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Green Screen While Watching Youtube Videos or Flash Videos in Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome Browsers

If you're a getting a green screen (where you can only hear the audio and not watch the video) while trying to watch a video in YouTube or Facebook follow the following instruction to resolve your problem:

1. On the Flash Video 'right click'
2. Click on Settings and DISABLE this --> 'Enable hardware acceleration.'

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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Increase Max Upload Size in phpMyAdmin

To increase the max upload size in phpMyAdmin simply change this value in php.ini file. This file is located inside the php folder. Once changed restart your Apache server.

post_max_size = 100M
upload_max_filesize = 100M

Keep both the above values equal else phpMyAdmin will use the smallest values from both the given values.


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