I fiddled with the mysql port on the manager windows application and it gave this error;
Warning: mysqli::construct(): (HY000/2002): No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it. in C:\Bitnami\opencart-188.8.131.52-8\apps\opencart\htdocs\system\library\db\mysqli.php on line 7Warning: DB\MySQLi::construct(): Couldn't fetch mysqli in C:\Bitnami\opencart-184.108.40.206-8\apps\opencart\htdocs\system\library\db\mysqli.php on line 10Warning: DB\MySQLi::__construct(): Couldn't fetch mysqli in C:\Bitnami\opencart-220.127.116.11-8\apps\opencart\htdocs\system\library\db\mysqli.php on line 10
For some reason changing the mysql port in manager windows application is not effecting the mysqli.php and mysql.php in C:\Bitnami\opencart-18.104.22.168-8\apps\opencart\htdocs\system\library\db
I noticed the same thing during installation, when i was entering my real name it didn't change it to the name i had wanted after installation.
I modified the mysqli.php and mysql.php to match the ports at windows manager application (WMA) no luck.
I went BACK to WMA changed the port back to 3306, site went back to normal.
Went to change the ports in mysqli.php and mysql.php to numerous values but they didn't seem to be effecting the site, the site only goes down when i go to WMA and change the port, it seems the port 3306 is hard grained somewhere even when other Bitnami stacks can claim it first.
Now for the Apache port, it only likes port 80 even when other Bitnami stacks claim it first, went to WMA changed it to 88 and navigated around the site, the site turns into a broken mess: https://images2.imgbox.com/fd/f4/9PfOgoPN_o.png
I navigated the site in the hostname(s) (as you have noticed) iwin1
127.0.0.1 - the same broken mess as in the screenshot
localhost - almost like the original site (localhost:80) but images are broken.
I notice the site keeps redirecting to the default apache port of 80 instead of the value i set that is 88, only when i put it back to 80 does the site stop being a glitchy mess.
Looks like both port 80 and 3306 (and a few other variables) are hard grained somewhere and until it is fixed the site will not function normally.