Changes between Version 31 and Version 32 of howto/MAMP


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Jun 17, 2009, 7:51:31 AM (11 years ago)
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load shortcut pointed out by ryandesign

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    33= Getting Apache, MySQL, and PHP Running under MacPorts =
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    5  * Audience: Users who don't like the default OS X installation
     5 * Audience: Users who dont like the default OS X installation
    66 * Requires: MacPorts
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    1818=== Step 1: '''Turn off Apple's "Personal Web Sharing"''' ===
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    20 If you haven't already done so, make sure you turn off Apple's "Personal Web Sharing" in the System Preferences so that the default Apache server is not running. While you can set things up so that both servers run on different ports (e.g., port 80 and port 8080), it's not worth the hassle of maintaining two web server daemons. Just use the latest Apache from MacPorts and be done with it.
     20If you haven’t already done so, make sure you turn off Apple’s "Personal Web Sharing" in the System Preferences so that the default Apache server is not running. While you can set things up so that both servers run on different ports (e.g., port 80 and port 8080), it’s not worth the hassle of maintaining two web server daemons. Just use the latest Apache from MacPorts and be done with it.
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    2222=== Step 2: Install Apache ===
     
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    90 Restart Apache (`sudo /opt/local/apache2/bin/apachectl -k restart`) and verify that everything's running. You should now be able to go to http://localhost/manual/ to access the manual, and you should be able to access your personal user web site at http://localhost/~username/, where "username" is your login id.
     90Restart Apache (`sudo /opt/local/apache2/bin/apachectl -k restart`) and verify that everythings running. You should now be able to go to http://localhost/manual/ to access the manual, and you should be able to access your personal user web site at http://localhost/~username/, where "username" is your login id.
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    9292  '''''Note:''''' When upgrading your Apache installation, MacPorts will not overwrite or in any way alter your httpd.conf or any of the extra configuration files. You may still want to back up your configuration files from time to time, just to be safe. When upgrading to a newer version, you may also want to compare your configuration file to the current sample files, in case things have changed.
     
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    109   ''If that doesn't work try this:''
     109  ''If that doesnt work try this:''
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    111111sudo mysql_install_db5
     
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    122 and then verify that it's running
     122alternatively you can use port’s load command
     123{{{
     124sudo port load mysql5-server
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     127and then verify that it’s running
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    128 Set the MySQL `root` password (it's currently empty):
     133Set the MySQL `root` password (its currently empty):
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    134 where `<new-password>` is your new desired root password. You will be prompted for your existing password ("`Enter password:`"); since it's empty, just press Return.
     139where `<new-password>` is your new desired root password. You will be prompted for your existing password ("`Enter password:`"); since its empty, just press Return.
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    136141Test everything by logging in to the server.
     
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    142 Once you're logged in, simply exit the session
     147Once youre logged in, simply exit the session
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    169 Update Apache's `httpd.conf` file to enhance the "DirectoryIndex" directive to include additional "index" files. Search for:
     174Update Apaches `httpd.conf` file to enhance the "DirectoryIndex" directive to include additional "index" files. Search for:
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    238 Update Apache's `httpd.conf` file to find `phpmyadmin`. First add the following lines to the end of the file:
     243Update Apaches `httpd.conf` file to find `phpmyadmin`. First add the following lines to the end of the file:
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