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phpMyAdmin 403 Forbidden Error after upgrade to Yosemite

I upgraded my Mac to Mac OS X Yosemite. I had a AMP stack installed via Homebrew on Mavericks and it worked fine. After upgrading to Yosemite, I have the following problems: when trying to load ...
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1answer
141 views

OSX 10.9.5 upgrade causes apache/php downgrade

Today I installed the OXS 10.9.5 upgrade and it appears to have downgraded my Apache and PHP version. Is there an easy way to reverse this unwanted downgrade? Or do I have to reinstall apache via ...
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1answer
420 views

XAMPP on Mavericks install APC and Memcached

What I already did: Download latest stable release from pecl.php.net with wget- Unpack archive Run phpize, ./configure, make, make install, etc.. That stuff went well, now I have: ...
2
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1answer
663 views

How to install memcache on Mavericks? (MAMP)

I have MAMP on my machine, and I would like to install memcache for php, because one of my project throws errors like Fatal error: Class 'Memcache' not found. I installed X-Code from appstore, and ...
0
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1answer
130 views

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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1answer
259 views

How to undo “sudo rm -rf /etc/apache2/other/+php-osx.conf”

After I did this: sudo unlink /usr/local/php5 sudo rm -rf /usr/local/php5-* To remove the supplemental configuration file that was installed with the updated PHP software, you may be able to remove ...
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2answers
140 views

Is it possible to remove all installed terminal applications and extensions back to native without doing a clean OSX install?

Basically I would like to know if it is possible to remove all php, apache, homebrew, mac ports etc. installs back to native without doing a clean install of the OS? If not is the best way to go ...
0
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1answer
86 views

What is wrong with my PHP on my apache2 web server (OS X 10.6)

I have a web server on my mac mini that runs the default (installed with snow leopard) apache2 web server. It works fine for any programming language that outputs stdout for cgi scripts, but every ...
0
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1answer
320 views

Unable to enable PHP in OSX 10.8 mountain lion

I have enabled php according to PHP's instructions and uncommented, #LoadModule php5_module libexec/httpd/libphp5.so in /private/etc/apache2/httpd.conf. However the line, #AddModule mod_php5.c ...
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0answers
84 views

Setting the config for PHP 5.3.15 and above

I have PHP 5.3.15 running on my Mac (OS 10.8.2). I have Apache running with virtual hosts. Also, I've installed FreeTDS for connecting to MSSQL. I still need to configure the /php/ext/mssql to run ...
0
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0answers
373 views

How do I switch which instance of php is used on my Mac?

I have three installed versions of php on my Mac. When I check using phpinfo() via a web browser, the one that is being invoked is version 5.3.15. I would like to switch it to the installed instance ...
4
votes
1answer
7k views

Which php.ini file do I have to edit on Mountain Lion?

I recently upgraded to Mountain Lion and reconfigured my apache2 (https.conf) file in the terminal to load PHP and start automatically. My localhost/~username/phpinfo.php page comes up to show my ...
0
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1answer
492 views

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 ...
4
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2answers
9k views

How do I enable PHP on Mountain Lion OS X 10.8?

Just upgraded to Mountain Lion, and wanted to make PHP work on the built-in version of Apache.
2
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2answers
2k views

How can I upgrade my PHP 5.3.1 to 5.3.2 on XAMPP Mac OS X?

I've just installed XAMPP on Mac OS X Snow Leopard, and everything is running correctly and setup completely well. However, I want to install an open source project that requires PHP 5.3.2 or higher. ...
3
votes
1answer
3k views

What permissions do I need to give for my server setup?

I am trying to have a server setup for my web app locally on my MacBook Pro. I have installed Apache, PHP successfully and checked out my web app's code to /var/www location. Now there's a script in ...
0
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1answer
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Change the user Apache runs as [closed]

Need help to create a new user to apache web server and assign root privileges to newly created user. Or how to login as root user in apache server because following php script showing you are logged ...
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2answers
108 views

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 ...
5
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6answers
11k views

How can I increase command line memory_limit for PHP with MAMP PRO?

I've edited every single php.ini on my Mac (at least all the ones found by "locate") and still can't seem to increase the memory_limit directive for PHP. I'm using MAMP PRO and running PHP scripts in ...
3
votes
3answers
4k views

Web Sharing Apache Localhost - Access permissions

I want to install phpMyAdmin on the native Apache webserver that is bundled with Mac OS X 10.6. I turned on Web Sharing in System Preferences. Yet, me fear is that my computer is granting access to ...
0
votes
1answer
607 views

How to change MPM prefork to worker on default Apache OSX installation?

On CentOS, the Apache configuration can be found in /etc/sysconfig/httpd How to change MPM prefork to worker on default Apache OSX installation?
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3answers
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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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4answers
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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 ...