I am running IIS and WAMP on same PC. The IIS is running on localhost and Wamp is running on localhost:8080. Now the problem is that when i strat to install joomla in WAMP, the installation is not proceeding from database configuration step. I enter the host name as localhost:8080 on database configuration step. Through Localhost, anyone can install Joomla! Locally into their PC without spending more time and a single penny. This is a step by step Installation guide to Download & Install Joomla! In the local Windows PC using XAMPP Localhost.
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As Joomla! provides a Docker image, the chance of using 'localhost' is never. Therefore if the container is scheduled in an environment where you cannot access the container (not that you should ever need to) then you need to be able to bypass this check. This environment variable can be placed in the containers build file and will disable checks meaning you can install hassle free.
This check still keeps the installation secure as you'd need the same access to the server to delete the file.
Pull Request for Issue # joomla/docker-joomla#25.
Summary of Changes
Allow the check for localhost to be bypassed by an environment variable.
Set the environment variable
JOOMLA_INSTALLATION_DISABLE_LOCALHOST_CHECK to one, attempt to install on a non localhost database server and no requirements to delete files should be shown.
Documentation Changes Required
This will need to go into the Joomla! docker build files, but may help to be documented somewhere.
There is a PR depending on this: joomla/docker-joomla#26
/ping @mbabker can you take a look at this as I seen you've created the Docker image.
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From a practical perspective seems fine. @joomla/security review please.
Fine for me
|Status||Pending||⇒||Fixed in Code Base|
|Closed_Date||0000-00-00 00:00:00||⇒||2017-07-27 19:54:28|
|Labels|| Added: Documentation RequiredPR-staging|