Recently, I installed an EasyPHP devserver on my local machine running Win10 to work on a WordPress theme. The WordPress site was mostly working without a problem except in a dashboard section of the site, where it was having some issues with updating. When I tried to update plugins to a newer version, the update failed, giving me, there were "no working transports found" message. Fortunately, the fix is simple and it should also apply for WAMP or if you installed the PHP separately.
In order to have a local development server on my Windows 10 machine, I recently installed EasyPHP DevServer edition v16.1.1. I wanted to make some design changes to my WordPress site without worrying I would break a live site. It all went pretty well until I tried to import a backup of the site’s database using phpMyAdmin module included with EasyPHP. The Import gave me a SQL syntax error. In the end, I needed to update phpMyAdmin to newest version to make it work, but that was not as straightforward as I thought it would be. In this article, I will show you how to do that for EasyPHP.
The other day I decided to install EasyPHP (a WAMP package that includes PHP, Apache, MySQL) on my machine running Windows 7. After install I ran the application, but to my surprise, Apache server was not working. It complained that Port 80 is used by another application. I thought this issue would be easily solved, but it took me a while to figure out what exactly is causing the problem. In this article I will show you what I tried and how I finally solved the Apache problem of not being able to run.