Local Development Environment

Overview

  • Install MySQL in Windows

    Go to https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/ open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively open-exclusively

  • Install PHP Server in Windows

    Go to https://windows.php.net/download and download the latest zip for apache we need thread safe version extract it in C:\php by right click on the .zip file and select option Extract files enter the destination C:\php folder will be created automaticaly.

  • Installing Apache Server in Windows

    Installing Apache on Windows Download apache zip from https://www.apachelounge.com/download/ extract zip at C: rename to ‘apache’ open the file httpd.conf at C:\apache\conf\httpd.conf change Define SRVROOT "c:/Apache24" to Define SRVROOT "c:/apache" change #ServerName www.

  • Installing Apache Server on WSL 2

    Installation on WSL2 ports confilict happen on host operating system i means windows 10 when the service on wsl is accessed with localhost but if we use hostname the ports that are in use on windows 10 will not conflict with the service running in wsl 2

  • Installing Postgresql Server in Ubuntu 20.1 WSL 2

    service –status-all service –status-all | more service –status-all | grep ntpd service –status-all | less List service and their open ports netstat -tulpn sudo -u postgres psql postgres=# ALTER USER postgres PASSWORD ‘kakarr’; If successful, Postgres will output a confirmation of ALTER ROLE as seen above.

  • Local Development Environment

    https://ngrok.com/ type ngrok help

  • Package Managers

    Package Managers for Windows Scoop Installation Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Scope CurrentUser iwr -useb get.scoop.sh | iex

  • Read CSS
  • Resolving Port Conflicts

    Resolving Port Conflicts in Windows Check all the listening ports on windows TYPE IN command prompt not in powershell netstat -a -o | find "LISTENING" netstat -a -o | find "LISTENING" | find ":80"

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