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I'm a big fan of MAMP It's a self contained installation of Apache, MySQL, PHP and that you can hack around in to your hearts content and not mess up your system's configuration. I've even hosted websites off of it. Highly recommended!
Good news: it's very easy. First, go to http://www.mysql.com/downloads/ and get the database (it's not included on OS X anymore, Apple switched to postgres). Next, go to http://dyn.com/remote-access/ (or similar) and get a working domain with a dynamic address. Wordpress does NOT like IP addresses, and the webserver will only deliver the server default ...
The Delay is due to postfix doing a reverse lookup on the client IP and doing another lookup on that result to see if they get back to the IP. if you are using a consumer connection to the internet most likely the first test will pass. but the second test will cause the problem. you can verify this on the server itself. nslookup <your client IP> ...
A useful tool in these cases is Apple's "Apple Remote Desktop." This software allows you to manage groups of Macs and has a lot of things that it can do that are outside the scope of the question. But, in your case I would select the Macs I want to run the command on , then go to the "Manage" menu and select "Send Unix Command..." that gives me a window ...
The plists for the iWork suite are stored here: /Users/accountname/Library/Containers/com.apple.iWork.AppName/Data/Library/Preferences/com.apple.iWork.AppName.plist with AppName: Pages, Numbers or Keynote. Note: If you browse the folder "Containers" with the Finder the "directories" com.apple.iWork.pages and com.apple.iWork.numbers look like files but ...
I use the GUI, it easier... When I migrate a server, I: Add the shares to the 'File Sharing' section of the server app. Configure the permissions as I would like them to be. Navigate to your server under the 'Server' section on the left of the server app, select 'Storage' from the tabs and then navigate to where your share is located and select it. ...
Not sure if it will help, but I would update 10.9.4 to 10.9.5 as I found 10.9.4 to have a few issues on the servers and Mac I service for clients. Note: I can't think of any compatibility issues that would be an issues with that update, but assess the software used before you update of course.
Okay I've managed a solution. Note this only works if the open directory hasn't been corrupted like ours was, you'll need to chown the home directory again after a rebind. Here's the steps: Login to the machine as the network user Go to https://your.server.com/mydevices and un-enroll Log out Log in as local admin user, not network user Delete all keychain ...
I believe the proper commands for this are: ACL sudo chmod -RN /Path/to/your/share POSIX (assuming the short name for your local admin account is 'admin' and you want everyone to have read-access, if not change 744 to 740) sudo chown -R admin:wheel /Path/to/your/share sudo chmod -R 744 /Path/to/your/share
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