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Versions 5.0 and later automatically open a browser and redirect you to the Welcome screen (http://localhost).  You can then click the '''Server Administration''' link under the banner to change the settings.
 
Versions 5.0 and later automatically open a browser and redirect you to the Welcome screen (http://localhost).  You can then click the '''Server Administration''' link under the banner to change the settings.
  
Earlier versions create a new disk "W:\"; which is The Uniform Server's base. If the browser does not open up automatically, navigate to http://localhost/a . Now you can change the server settings using The Uniform Server configuration link on the main page or you can also modify "W:\usr\local\apache2\conf\httpd.conf" and "W:\usr\local\php\php.ini" according to your requiremen,ts.
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Earlier versions create a new disk "W:\"; which is The Uniform Server's base. If the browser does not open up automatically, navigate to http://localhost/a . Now you can change the server settings using The Uniform Server configuration link on the main page or you can also modify "W:\usr\local\apache2\conf\httpd.conf" and "W:\usr\local\php\php.ini" according to your requirements.
  
 
== Developers ==
 
== Developers ==

Revision as of 18:45, 30 August 2011

What is the Uniform Server?

The Uniform Server is a pre-packed popular web development server stack of Apache, MySQL and PHP (known as a WAMP). It is used primarily for testing HTML code privately on your Windows-based computer. It is a small package, very easy to use and setup.

What software does Uniform Server include?

The Uniform Server is actively developed, and the software included in the package can be changed according to demands of reality. At the moment Uniform Server includes Apache, PHP, MySQL, PhpMyAdmin, and several plugins.

How do I install the Uniform Server?

After downloading the latest version, run the downloaded .exe file to unpack the server directory. Then go to the created directory and run Start.exe (or start.bat for earlier versions).

Versions 5.0 and later automatically open a browser and redirect you to the Welcome screen (http://localhost). You can then click the Server Administration link under the banner to change the settings.

Earlier versions create a new disk "W:\"; which is The Uniform Server's base. If the browser does not open up automatically, navigate to http://localhost/a . Now you can change the server settings using The Uniform Server configuration link on the main page or you can also modify "W:\usr\local\apache2\conf\httpd.conf" and "W:\usr\local\php\php.ini" according to your requirements.

Developers

In alphabetical order:

  1. Anatoliy Slobodskyy [All Hands Developer]
  2. Deepak Thukral [Project Developer]
  3. Mike Gleaves ("Ric") [Project Developer]
  4. Olajide Olaolorun [Project Manager]
  5. Taras Slobodskyy [All Hands Developer/Project Founder]

Competitors

We have to respect our colleagues and also give our users the power of choice.

Here is a list of our closest competitors:

  1. XAMPP - 13,075,744 bytes +-
  2. WampServer - 16,032,571 bytes +-

Here is a list of other competitors we believe we have left behind :)

  1. AppServ - 25,224,711 bytes +- X
  2. EasyPHP - 11,359,781 bytes +- X
  3. PHPTriad - 13,464,805 bytes +- X
  4. FOXServ - 28,925,931 bytes +- X