The popular open-source Web server application, an implementation of which is included in Mac OS X.

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How to control apache service on OS X (start/stop/restart/graceful restart)?

I have Apache installed on OS X and I want to know what command I can use to: start apache stop apache restart apache gracefully restart apache Also I want to know if the commands were successful ...
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How to enable ssh login for _www user?

In order to deploy files the the apache server running on OS X host I want to ssh/scp to it using the _www user. I do not want to use root because I want to be sure that I always put the files with ...
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how to setup Mass Virtual Host using VirtualDocumentRoot on Snow Leopard

Running Snow Leopard, I have enabled the build in apache(with indexing) and php, and installed and enabled mysql. I have setup my sites in the ~/Sites directory, named: www.site1.dev www.site2.dev ...
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Mac OS X Server 10.6.7: Disable Apache?

I'm doing some Rails dev, and I'm trying to get Pow running. After making the appropriate symlink, if I try to go to idealm_web.dev/ (idealm_web being the name of my Rails project), I get this: I ...
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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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Accessing Mac's Virtual Hosts from Parallel's XP

I am having problem with accessing Virtual Hosts (located on my Mac) from XP installed via Parallels. Here's the setup: Mac OS X 10.6.6 using pre-installed apache running via Web Sharing (not ...
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ASP & PHP Web Server on OS X

On Windows, I ran Xampp on port 80 for PHP/MySQL and IIS on port 8080 for ASP. For OS X, what's the best route to take... Should I just run Xampp for Mac for PHP/mySQL, or is there a better option ...
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How do I set which Apache / PHP 10.6 should run?

All my problems stemmed from trying to get mcrypt for PHP installed. Last night I gave in and followed a tutorial of how to do a totally fresh apache2 and php5.3.3 install. I did this using macports ...
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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 ...