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Uninstalling all instances of apache, php and mysql

So When I first got my mac mini, I installed things like apache, mysql and php - not knowing that apple either came with these or had a tool called mamp that would allow you to run these. I thought ...
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Allowing any admin user to run MySQL server on startup

I recently installed MAMP on our server in order to launch a Wordpress site. Though everything is working fine I am not the computer's main user, something which results in long downtime when it has ...
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10.9 Mysql serving content stunningly slow on restart until data has been loaded once

I have a 2012 iMac (12,2) with 20GB RAM running a little server at work. Since I installed Mavericks (a terrible, terrible error in judgement I wish I'd never made), every time I restart Spotlight ...
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localhost MAMP OS X 10.8.4 upgrade tips

Follow the instructions exactly at http://documentation.mamp.info/en/mamp/installation/updating-mamp... 'COPY' and do not drag folders across to htdocs or from one folder to another. I dragged a ...
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Problems with apache after update of php and mysql using homebrew

I am hoping someone here can assist me. I upgraded php and related files using brew upgrade on my mac which is running Mac OS X 10.8.3. Everything was working fine before and I just wanted to update. ...
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Install Apache, PHP and MySQL on Mac w/o MacPorts?

For some reason I can't use MacPorts. So the question is if it's possible to install Apache, PHP and MySQL on Snow Leopard w/o using MacPorts? Please don't offer MAMP or other bundles. Thanks in ...
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Why do httpd and mysqld processes not show up in Activity Monitor?

I'm running Mountain Lions built in Apache2 server. I have started the server and I can see the web pages but I can't see any httpd process in the Activity Monitor. Same goes for MySQL. I can't see ...
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Mac OS X Lion Server and Macports - Can they work together?

I've been using macports for my MAMP projects for quite some time, but I don't think that the command line server management for Apache and MySQL Server, both from macports, is the best way to do it. ...
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Where can I find a list of MAMPs?

I'm looking for a MAMP packaging = Apache + MySQL + PHP bundled together for Mac OS X (which is my OS). Where can I find it? Is there an "official" site where I can download it from? [ I know that ...
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Where is MySQL installed for the included Apache server?

I'm trying to set up Web Sharing... phpinfo() shows MySQL is installed, but I can't find it. Terminal says "command not found" when I try mysql. I have no idea what I'm doing, or even if this ...
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Cannot start MySQL server with AppleScript - Snow Leopard

I've sucessfully installed MySQL server (5.5.11) on my MAC Snow Leopard. I can start the server using PreferencePane, using command line sudo /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysqld_safe but cannot use the same ...
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Advantages of using MAMP stack over Mac's native Web Sharing and downloaded MySQL

I'm wondering what are the advantages of using a MAMP stack instead of Web Sharing provided with Mac natively and MySQL downloaded and installed manually? I can see how in some cases MAMP can have ...
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Why does OS X's Apache server give different results using real and virtual addresses?

I'm developing a WordPress site on my Mac, running OS X 10.6.4. I'm using OS X's built-in Apache server to run the site locally during development. I've set up WordPress and connected it to OS X's ...