Installation - SuiteCRM on WAMP

Hello everybody,

  1. I installed WAMP on Windows 10

  2. Changed the port for Windows, otherwise WAMP is not running on Windows10. (WAMP and WIndows10 are both using Port 80)

  3. WAMP lights green -> works! :cheer:

  4. Now, I tried to install two different versions (a 7.2 and 7.3.1) of suiteCRM, but I always get in the installation mask the following error message


You usually should disable Strict Standards & PHP Warnings from displaying on your instance.

You can set this in your php.ini file.
Or if you enter the line:


into your SuiteCRM’s index.php file, above the include line, like image attached, and save the changes.

If you then run through the install, it should finish successfully afterwards.

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Thanks for that hint.
Unfortunately that did not work. I still get the same error messages


What about if you Navigate to your server’s php.ini file and set:

error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_STRICT

this should ensure that strict standards are not picked up.

It may also be a good idea to also set:
display_errors = Off

in your php.ini

You will likely have to restart the apache service after these changes, to see the effects.

:frowning: Thank you for your patience. Again no success. Here are my Adaptation:

Restart everything - same errors


In your index.php file you have

Could you try:

Also, on the line:
; error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_STRICT
Please remove the semicolon at the left, as lines that start with ‘;’ are considered comments and won’t be picked up.

so it should just simply be:
error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_STRICT
with no semicolons on either end.

Then, restart apache service again.

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Thanks - I am so sorry but still not working - desperation ;((((

… when I delete all semicolon in the php.ini there are no mor errors

error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_STRICT
Development Value: E_ALL
Production Value: E_ALL & ~E_DEPRECATED & ~E_STRICT

but then I get

so I put back line after line the semicolon. When all where put back - I got all the error messages coming back… ;(((


You probably shouldn’t delete every semicolon in the php.ini, this would most likely cause some issues.
I’d recommend, at the moment, the only semicolon you should delete would be on the line:
error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_STRICT

and keep the other semicolons where they are.