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Woodsman last won the day on December 28 2015

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  • Birthday 11/15/1956

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    Wausau, Wisconsin
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    Fishing, Outdoor life, hunting. Not because I am a sportsman, but the peacefulness and relaxation that comes with it.

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  1. Which makes no difference in my wamp localhost. These are my phpForApache.ini edits. max_execution_time = 5000 max_input_time = 5000 memory_limit = 1024M 2048M post_max_size = 8500M upload_max_filesize = 8500M max_file_uploads = 50 Also this Nag. Not to much can get past this. 🙂
  2. phpmyadmin - mysql - export Tt appears Mysql don't like me no more. Maybe I need to take a closer look at MariaDB or others but I don't see it being a fix either.
  3. I have been seeing a shtic house load of database errors in the 3.4.7 to 4.6 including 4.x.x times... to 4.6. Sad thing the last tb failure I lost my complete db backup file along wit 980gig of other files and backups. Stranger yet a fresh copy of my live database shows corrupt during a wamp mysql import..... I love being me lately...
  4. @Stuart Silvester, I've been hunting them since 4.0. So now you are going to make it easy.....
  5. Well didn't think of red errors since 4.2 D:\wamp\www\kmg-forum1\system\Application\Module.php::164 I guess I get to go on a hunt again..... Such Fun! Don't you love DB issues.
  6. @AdlagoSorry for the delay but you could say I have had my hands full these last few weeks. New computer build after the last build in 2006 finally dropped dead. And there was the MOVE FROM HELL.... Moved a little more north here in Wisconsin well it is better because now I can say I am away from Milwaukee. OK to get back to question... I have made every upgrade from 4.0.x to 4.4x without error just keep an eye on php versions (so far) Funny this topic comes up now... I have not had a chance to do anything with 5.0 until now so I will give an update later in the day. That is if my wife don't catch me.... LOL!
  7. @Morgin and @Jordan Invision believe it or not people are still using this topic to setup home test sites. A few of these unfortunately, are looking for a quicker response and are still driving me nuts via email.
  8. I never did like the back to top with sliders so I created my own with no slide much easier on my old eyes.
  9. 1 year 13 days.

  10. Bottom line IE any version has come to EOL. END OF LIFE.
  11. Exactly, this is a test output to any current updated browser as in If you are testing with any updated browser version you will see the particular message
  12. Follow the example update buttons and it will come to a yellow and orange striped box Read the comment inside. Remember at this point you are just testing the script.
  13. If the idiot insists on using IE11 here is a script to try. <script> var $buoop = {required:{e:-4,f:-3,o:-3,s:-1,c:-3},insecure:true,api:2020.09 }; function $buo_f(){ var e = document.createElement("script"); e.src = "//browser-update.org/update.min.js"; document.body.appendChild(e); }; try {document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", $buo_f,false)} catch(e){window.attachEvent("onload", $buo_f)} </script> Found here. https://browser-update.org/#install
  14. It sucks to be me because the only way that even worked for me was edit each one manually.... I think my beard grew 4 inches that (Long For Ever) day
  15. @Paul E. and @Nathan Explosion Thanks for your replies. I am very familiar with Windows Task Manager and Task Scheduler and how they operate and looking at my original post I seem to have left these out. So thanks anyway... Again one of my favorite go to sites... I will have to dig into this link and see where it takes me I am quite surprised I have not seen this one in particular...
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