Posted 6 years, 3 weeks ago. It is absolutely essential to quickly spin up a Joomla, WordPress or Drupal site or anything else that requires a server environment to run. The MySQL service should start without a problem and the work can go on. This means that any application that relies on a database connection will not work. Not a software developer. The result should be something like this:. The Fix To fix the issue in my instance was quite simple.
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Restart the MAMP servers and away you go!
Loading the Microsoft Drivers for PHP for SQL Server
So if it stops working it can be frustrating, to say the least. Dealing with errors… If you try installing an extension at this point, you might get an error complaining that the config file is corrupted.
Fortunately, I managed to find a blog post that included a useful script which does all the heavy lifting. Locate and open the my. The Long Way Around Open up Terminal and browse to whatever directory you want temp files to be located in. All I can say is that in my case, it works.
Installing PHP Extensions with MAMP – JellyStyle
Open up Terminal and browse to whatever directory you want temp files to be located in. Download the script from GitHubthen unzip it and move it into your home folder.
After searching the web for a solution none of the popular posts could help me fix the problem. Unzip this as well.
Hiren’s Technical Blog: MAMP – Install MSSQL Extension
If you get that error then simply delete the pear. Posted 6 years, 3 weeks ago. Written by Dave Adendorff.
The result should be something like this:. If you try installing an extension at this point, you might get an error complaining that the config file is corrupted. This means that any application that relies on a database connection will not work. To fix the issue in my instance was quite simple.
But I found a fix that works for me! I’m just a marketing guy.
And without it MAMP is Here are the steps to follow: Open it in Finder and then create a new folder inside called include. Once this is downloaded, unzip it and find the file for PHP with the version number corresponding to the one you use. The Fix To fix the issue in my instance was quite simple. There are two ways to install an extension: This will download and install all the tools included in the script. The result should be something like this: Mssl up the script you downloaded and enter each line individually into Terminal rather than running the script.
Now go to Terminal and use the following command to navigate to the folder we copied. I then stumbled on a short post on stackoverflow.
First up we need to install the Command Line Tools that usually come with Xcode. I had to do this on one of my machines to get things working.
MAMP SQL server not starting? Here’s a quick fix
We can change this pretty easily again, adjust the path if necessary to that it points to your version of PHP: Then just run these two commands adjusting depending on where your php.
Not a software developer. And now we tell pear and pecl where our mssal.