Could be updated with config file Whenever I type localhost, I get an not found error even by typing 127.0.0.1. But when I type 127.0.0.1:8080, my local site comes up. I have no idea where the config file is pointing to but it would be nice if the developer made it available. For now I'll just use a bookmark so I don't have to waste my time typing a lot of characters.
Can't stop services The apps works well..except the 'start all services' button in the home menu doesn't change when I pushed it.. So I can't stop the services
Sweet. Very good. Everything works, including mysql, and php. Can modify config files; change port numbers...Oh, and I use it (web) to move files to desktop on occasion. It's as much of a webserver as I could ask for. Except I could use php extensions for Postgresql.... For mysql -u root -p. Ported site from postgres to phone (MySQL) works great. No real performance issues, tempted to leave it running all day to see what breaks...! On S5.
No SQL available The php server seems to work.. However, I must stress not to bother to d/l this app. There is no phpmyadmin. And even after installing phpmyadmin myself into the root directory, the SQL passwords don't work. There is no earthly way to talk to the SQL DB. Even with 3rd party SQL clients. With no SQL, this app is a lame duck. The website lists this as a constant problem, but has not been addressed by the developer. Very lame indeed.
Still getting error I am still getting the server packages not found error when running. I am on an att moto x
Executable failed Moto G XT1033 cannot launch the server with an error executable
* please backup your data (db & www), you have be warned *
- Fix setting options that cannot be saved (start at boot, run as root, lock wifi, screen always on, and server status interval)
- New all x86 binaries (fix "Segmentation Fault" when start the database service)
- Update PHP to 5.5.15
- Fix error "no server packages found" when start the services in some devices
- Fix apps crashing in some devices
- and much more