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Changing W.A.M.P. default path & using a Cloud‑folder :

How can i change the root directory of the currently installed wampserver to some other directory.

  • I reread this question because of the answers you are getting differ so much and I am a bit confused. Are you trying to use another version of WAMP (software install) in another directory or change the directory where the website is? – closetnoc Jan 24 at 16:57
  • The fact you accepted an answer answers my question. Cheers!! – closetnoc Jan 25 at 16:56

up vote 7 down vote accepted

Edit the httpd.conf file and/or the vhosts.conf file for the site wish to change. The Directory directive will let you specify where the files for this site are to be located.

For more info on httpd.conf see: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/configuring.html

And specifically: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/core.html#directory

  • I had a few syntax errors in my vhosts.conf (using \ instead of / in DocumentRoot paths) and the apache service wouldn’t start. Basically WAMP doesn’t tell you if you edited something wrong (syntax errors don’t show up in log files), so I used httpd.exe -n wampapache64 -t to check and correct these errors (more details about this and port changing in here). – Armfoot Jun 5 ’17 at 10:24

For wamp 2.5 on Windows, use a text editor, e.g. notepad++ to edit c:\wamp\bin\apache\apache2.4.9\conf\httpd.conf

  1. Change DocumentRoot "c:/wamp/www" to DocumentRoot "c:/my/new/path" (Note slash direction). This will change the location where files are served from (~Line 230).
  2. Change to (Note slash direction). This applies permissions from the old directory to the new one (~Line 252).
  3. Copy all content from c:\wamp\www to your new directory (c:\my\new\path), including index.php
  4. Edit c:\my\new\path\index.php and change line 40 $server_dir = "../"; to $server_dir = "C:/wamp/"; This changes the location where config files etc. for wamp are read from. Change $suppress_localhost = false; to correct projects links (~Line 30).

I found these simple steps helping,

  1. Click on WampServer icon in taskbar
  2. Select Apache > httpd.conf from the pullup
  3. Search for the term “DocumentRoot”
  4. Change the DocumentRoot path to your custom directory
  5. Search for your DocumentRoot path
  6. again same procedure
  7. Save your changes and “Restart All Services”

  1. Click on Green Wamp Icon (Taskbar right Notification Icons) > Apache > httpd.conf > Replace all ${INSTALL_DIR}/www with your directory. Take care to use / instead of \
  2. Click on Green Wamp Icon > Apache > httpd-vhosts.conf > Replace again the existing “www”-Directory with yours
  3. Click on Green Wamp Icon > “Restart All Services

(Tested on Windows 10, Wampserver 3.0.6 64 Bit)

After doing the above, you can also change the: in the of wamp directory (wampmanager.ini, wampmanager.conf).

php.ini my.ini

Save your changes and close Wampserver.

  • 2
    I tried doing this, but found that it got overwritten upon wamp restart. You can fix it for good by editing the $wwwDir variable in wamp/scripts/config.inc.php – Kevin Higgins Feb 6 ’14 at 20:08

I tried doing this, but found that it got overwritten upon wamp restart. You can fix it for good by editing the $wwwDir variable in wamp/scripts/config.inc.php

And there is some more to do (WAMP version 3.0.6, 64bit) to avoid some other error-messages do following changes to the wamp/scripts/config.inc.php:

Change all relative-paths to absolute-paths, like “../”-entries to eg. “c:/wamp64/”

from

$configurationFile = '../wampmanager.conf'

to

$configurationFile = 'c:/wamp64/wampmanager.conf';

If ‘c:/wamp64/’ is your install-dir. Helped me a lot. Somewhere devs did a mess there ..

If the only thing that joesk needs is to have its www directory on another disk, you just have to create a virtual host using http://localhost/add_vhost.php?lang=english

  • The OP is asking how to modify the configuration to point to another location. The OP has not asked about creating a new site or anything about another disk. The answer is to edit the configuration files and how. Your answer does not answer the question. – closetnoc Jan 23 at 20:00
  • I agree with closetnoc. This answer doesn’t appear to address how to change the setting for the www directory. – Stephen Ostermiller Jan 23 at 20:52
Changement du répertoire WWW
Envoyé par: bremer (—.w217-128.abo.wanadoo.fr)
Date: 27 November 2007 à 18:44

bonjour,

Je désire changer le répertoire par défaut C:/wamp/www

J’ai modifié comme dans un des post le fichier httpd.ini

DocumentRoot “C:/wamp/www/”

et

Je redémarre wampserver et rien ne change, même le fichier wampmanager.ini contient toujours c:/wamp/wwww

Merci d’avance pour votre aide.

Laurent

Re: Changement du répertoire WWW
Envoyé par: Otomatic (—.fbx.proxad.net)
Date: 27 November 2007 à 19:15

Bonsoir,

Je pense à une erreur de frappe, car il s’agit du fichier httpd.conf dans lequel il faut modifier les directives :

DocumentRoot “C:/wamp/www/”
et

Mais, il faut également modifier le fichier wampmanager.ini :

Type: item; Caption: “Répertoire www”; Action: shellexecute; FileName: “C:/Wamp/www”; Glyph: 2

Mais, comme le fichier wampmanager.tpl vient ré-écrire dans le fichier wampmanager.ini par la ligne :

Type: item; Caption: “${w_wwwDirectory}”; Action: shellexecute; FileName: “${wwwDir}”; Glyph: 2

Il faut aller voir où est défini ${wwwDir). C’est dans le fichier Wamp\scripts\config.inc.php à la ligne :

$wwwDir = $c_installDir.’/www’;

qu’il faudra remplacer, par exemple si le chemin est E:\www par :

$wwwDir = ‘E:/www’;

Pas essayé, donc sans garantie.

Ça peut paraître compliqué, mais il ne faut pas oublier que Wampserver 2 peut gérer plusieurs des combinaisons de plusieurs versions d’Apache et de MySql

Re: Changement du répertoire WWW
Envoyé par: bremer (—.w217-128.abo.wanadoo.fr)
Date: 28 November 2007 à 12:15

Oui c’était bien httpd.conf

Par contre toutes les modifs me font planter wamp et reste sur l’icône jaune dans la barre de tache.

Re: Changement du répertoire WWW
Envoyé par: rip_pit (—.w90-38.abo.wanadoo.fr)
Date: 29 November 2007 à 00:09
regarde dans les fichiers log s’il y un message d’erreur particulier.
(click gauche sur l’icone wamp > apache > (apache error.log) ou (apache access.log)
ca pourra peut etre t’aiderAssures-toi que le dossier www existe bien.EDIT: est-tu sur Vista ?Modifie 1 fois. Derniere modification le 29/11/2007 à 00:24 par rip_pit.

Re: Changement du répertoire WWW
Envoyé par: bremer (—.w217-128.abo.wanadoo.fr)
Date: 29 November 2007 à 09:18

Voici le lod des erreurs /

[Tue Nov 27 12:11:13 2007] [notice] Parent: Received shutdown signal — Shutting down the server.
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:13 2007] [notice] Child 204: Exit event signaled. Child process is ending.
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:14 2007] [notice] Child 204: Released the start mutex
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:15 2007] [notice] Child 204: Waiting for 250 worker threads to exit.
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:15 2007] [notice] Child 204: All worker threads have exited.
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:15 2007] [notice] Child 204: Child process is exiting
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:15 2007] [notice] Parent: Child process exited successfully.
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:27 2007] [notice] Apache/2.2.6 (Win32) PHP/5.2.5 configured — resuming normal operations
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:27 2007] [notice] Server built: Sep 5 2007 08:58:56
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:27 2007] [notice] Parent: Created child process 5696
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:28 2007] [notice] Child 5696: Child process is running
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:28 2007] [notice] Child 5696: Acquired the start mutex.
[Tue Nov 27 12:11:28 2007] [notice] Child 5696: Starting 250 worker threads.

JE ne vois rien de spécial.

Re: Changement du répertoire WWW
Envoyé par: rip_pit (—.w90-38.abo.wanadoo.fr)
Date: 29 November 2007 à 17:28
Il manquerai qlque chose dans ton log, ou tu n’a pas tout mis car moi j’ai la ligne suivante que je ne vois pas dans le tiens
[Thu Nov 29 17:21:20 2007] [notice] Child ****: Starting thread to listen on port 80.ce qui signifie qu’il commence a ecouter sur le port 80.En gros a chaque fois que je lance j’ai ca dans mon apache_error.log :[Thu Nov 29 17:21:20 2007] [notice] Apache/2.2.6 (Win32) PHP/5.2.5 configured — resuming normal operations
[Thu Nov 29 17:21:20 2007] [notice] Server built: Sep 5 2007 08:58:56
[Thu Nov 29 17:21:20 2007] [notice] Parent: Created child process 3660
[Thu Nov 29 17:21:20 2007] [notice] Child 3660: Child process is running
[Thu Nov 29 17:21:20 2007] [notice] Child 3660: Acquired the start mutex.
[Thu Nov 29 17:21:20 2007] [notice] Child 3660: Starting 250 worker threads.
[Thu Nov 29 17:21:20 2007] [notice] Child 3660: Starting thread to listen on port 80.
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:15 2007] [notice] Parent: Received shutdown signal — Shutting down the server.
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:15 2007] [notice] Child 3660: Exit event signaled. Child process is ending.
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:16 2007] [notice] Child 3660: Released the start mutex
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:17 2007] [notice] Child 3660: Waiting for 250 worker threads to exit.
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:17 2007] [notice] Child 3660: All worker threads have exited.
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:17 2007] [notice] Child 3660: Child process is exiting
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:17 2007] [notice] Parent: Child process exited successfully.
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:18 2007] [notice] Apache/2.2.6 (Win32) PHP/5.2.5 configured — resuming normal operations
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:18 2007] [notice] Server built: Sep 5 2007 08:58:56
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:18 2007] [notice] Parent: Created child process 3188
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:18 2007] [notice] Child 3188: Child process is running
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:18 2007] [notice] Child 3188: Acquired the start mutex.
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:18 2007] [notice] Child 3188: Starting 250 worker threads.
[Thu Nov 29 17:25:18 2007] [notice] Child 3188: Starting thread to listen on port 80.

Assures toi qu’aucun autre logiciel n’utilise le port 80 (genre skype, msn peut etre, etc.) Pour etre sûr, ferme toutes les applications et reessayes.

———————————————
XP SP3 – pIV – 3.2Ghz – 1.5Go de ram – Wamp 2.0

Re: Changement du répertoire WWW
Envoyé par: hiteule (—.fbx.proxad.net)
Date: 07 December 2007 à 18:06

Bonsoir,

Pour ma part j’avais cherché aussi el moyen de changer le répertoire www sans trouvé.

Je me suis tourné vers la création d’un alias qui reviens au même pour mon utilisation. Dans le dossier “…./wamp/alias/” j’ai créé un fichier “www.conf” avec les instructions suivantes à l’intérieur :

Alias /www “D:/www/”

Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
AllowOverride all
Order Deny,Allow
Deny from all
Allow from 127.0.0.1

Bon courage.

Re: Changement du répertoire WWW
Envoyé par: Stephane (—.net-82-216-144.rev.numericable.fr)
Date: 21 December 2007 à 06:11

Pour info, ça marche très bien chez moi.

J’ai bien modifié ces deux lignes dans httpd.conf (comme avec WAMP5):
DocumentRoot “D:/localhost/www/”
et

C’est suffisant pour que ça fonctionne.
Changer la variable wwwDir dans script/config.inc.php permet ensuite d’avoir le bon lien dans le menu, tant qu’à faire.

Si le démarrage de PHP bloque, assurez-vous de n’avoir rien changer d’autre dans httpd.conf, sinon l’erreur peut provenir d’ailleurs. Dans mon premier essai, j’ai activé les virtual hosts, et c’est eux qui bloquaient. La faute aux guillemets que j’avais rajouté sur le modèle du httpd-vhosts.conf par défaut:
DocumentRoot “D:/localhost/www”
au lieu de
DocumentRoot D:/localhost/www

Re: Changement du répertoire WWW
Envoyé par: Jacky672 (—.231.63-86.rev.gaoland.net)
Date: 24 December 2007 à 14:22

Modifie 5 fois. Derniere modification le 27/08/2013 à 12:20 par Jacky672.

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making a development environment with WAMP and Google Drive

I’ve been writing a lot about learning code for technical writers. I want to describe my development setup as I’ve dived more into front end development.

I’m a huge fan of WAMP and I use it for almost all of my website projects. My setup has progressively evolved as I find what works more efficiently. The main issue the setup has resolved for me is syncing files between multiple computers. I’ll describe how you can get it up and running.

1. Install WAMP

Install WAMP first. It takes care of installing PHP, MySQL and Apache on your machine. Setup is easy. Be sure to let it add the quickstart button on your desktop during installation. The button makes it easy to enable modules and restart apache with one click.

2. Install Google drive

Install Google drive folder on your computer. You can get the download from the Google drive site. Make a wamp/www directory inside it. That’s just an example path that I use because I got so used to the default WAMP path. You can make up what you want. All your sites will go in here.

3. Change the doc root in vhosts

Now tell WAMP where your new doc root is (in Google drive). Go to C:\WAMP\bin\apache\apache{version-number}\conf\extra\httpd-vhosts.conf

Put the path to your www folder in Google drive as the document root the localhost entry. As an example:

Note: make sure you use forward slashes in vhosts. Restart all services with the quickstart icon after you save this change.

4. Start developing!

Make a new site folder in the Google Drive/wamp/www folder. Then add all your site files in there. So when you go to localhost/mysite in the browser, your site should show up. (“mysite” should be replaced with the actual name of your site’s folder).

For example, your folder structure will look like Google drive/WAMP/www/mysite

and to view it in your browser, type localhost/mysite in the address bar.

5 . My browser/auto reload set up

I use firefox for development along with firebug, the web developer toolbar and this autoreload addon.

You can tell this addon to watch the files you’re working on. When you save the file, it will reload the page automatically. You don’t even need to add extra code in your folder or file that you would probably forget to take out anyway.

6. The magic: When you’re working on multiple computers

What’s nice about this set up is that you can replicate it on multiple computers and all your files will be there. Install WAMP on the computer and point its document root to the www folder you set up in Google drive. Just like you did the first time. Except now your site project folder should be there already.

What about PHP and apps?

Some of you may be wondering if you can run PHP or PHP applications like a CMS with this set up. I have been mostly successful with it, with these caveats.

First, make your MySQL database name, username and password identical across all your installations. This way your SQL queries don’t have conflicting login info and your app’s config file is the same. Otherwise, there are lots of errors.

You may have to import database content from your first database or recreate the content (like page content). If you’re mostly working with the front end and not a lot of the content, this is bearable to do the first time and then let it alone.

Also, your MySQL database structure won’t sync with this set up. If you add a MySQL row or column in one installation, you will have to manually do that for the database in all your other installations. This may be a deal breaker if you’re doing heavy database development over front end development. Correct me if you find a way to sync database structure or content.

Admittedly, this arrangement is more suited to front end development because it’s the site files that sync instead of databases and database content. So if you’re hacking away at javascript, html, css and php files for a template and you don’t have to change the content in the database too much, this setup is great.

Lastly, I have also run into issues if the final URL isn’t the same. If I have one computer using a domain called mysite.local but another installation uses localhost/mysite, but they point to the same project folder, I’ve come across errors. Also correct me if you get that working.

But I thought Google doesn’t let you run PHP?

You may think Google drive doesn’t allow you to run PHP this way. But you’re not actually executing the PHP files on Google’s servers. They’re getting executed by your local WAMP server. Google drive is only storing the PHP files.

One final benefit

You get the Google’s drive’s built-in file revisions on all your files.

It may not be as robust as Git — it only stores the revisions up to 30 days as of this writing. However, this may be all you need for version control for less critical or short term projects. It works automatically on your files. You don’t have to enable it or configure it.

Integrating Post‑Ingres‑S.Q.L. in W.A.M.P.

  1. https://www.enterprisedb.com/downloads/postgres-postgresql-downloads
  2. https://openclassrooms.com/courses/1187891-installation-de-postgresql-et-de-phppgadmin-avec-easyphp-wampserver
  3. https://sourceforge.net/p/phppgadmin/bugs/
  4. http://forum.wampserver.com/read.php?1,27805,27869

COPY in WAMP64
wampmanager.conf

MODIFY INDEX.PHP IN WWW (GOOGLE DRIVE)

Attention pro the DataBase they are erased during process, export them & or backup them :

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