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I wouldn't anticipate any problems. I've seen those configurations work just fine. The only concern I see is that the built in versions of the software get updated automatically by Apple, and the versions you installed will not. However, Apples updates include the latest fixes more slowly, so if you are diligent in installing them, yours will be up to ...


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The 'Order' command has been deprecated. It was a holdover from Apache 2.2. You are using Apache 2.4 now. What I suspect happened is that you copied over your .conf files from Apache 2.2 to your new 2.4 installation. Somewhere in your httpd.conf files under the sections, you have something like this: Order deny,allow Deny from all What you need to ...


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MySQL-5.6.14 was installed with a StartUpItem which is necessary to automatically start MySQL while booting. StartUpItems are deprecated meanwhile (and probably wasn't migrated therefore) and launch daemons are used instead. To get your MySQL back do the following: Create a soft link: sudo ln -s /usr/local/mysql-5.6.14-osx10.7-x86_64 /usr/local/mysql ...


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Realized all this mess has been created because mysql has been installed via brew and via package from mysql site. Solution for me was to remove mysql completely & reinstalled it via brew. The new database data i created are located in /usr/local/var/mysql/ Running where mysql returns /usr/local/bin/mysql Running mysql.server start|stop|restart seems ...


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The homebrew mysql install (or better: the initialization) failed. The main data dir is empty. Usually the data dir looks like this after a fresh install: drwxr-xr-x 18 user admin - 612 4 Apr 04:04 . drwxr-xr-x 3 user admin - 102 4 Apr 04:04 .. -rw-r----- 1 user admin - 56 4 Apr 04:04 auto.cnf -rw------- 1 user admin - ...



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