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I recently had this issue after having installed Mavericks, then used migration assistant to transfer my data from a HDD to an SSD. I followed every guide I could find, and none of the fixes worked for me. Eventually I found a file in ~/Library/Preferences named com.apple.SetupAssistant.plist. In this file, I changed ShowKeychainSyncBuddyAtLogin to NO, ...
9 To Mac states this clearly: To download OS X Server, developers should access the iOS or Mac developer portal to retrieve an App Store redemption code. If you have iOS development program go to: https://developer.apple.com/devcenter/ios/index.action Scroll down Click Get download code Redeem the code Download your free version of OS X Server 3.0.3 ...
You need a web server in front of your sites, acting as a proxy. With Apache web server, use the mod_proxy module (I think on Apache you'll need to enable the module from httpd.conf, by uncommenting the line starting with LoadModule proxy_http_module). If you prefer nginx, use the http_proxy module. Both are pretty much straight forward to configure.
The following has been tested on snow-leopard 10.6 and lion 10.7 versions of the operating system when OpenDirectory LDAP server will not start and Password Server is still running. If you have a look at the tail of the file sudo tail /etc/openldap/slapd.d/cn=config.ldif you will see a set of TLS Certificate entries similar to the block below: ...
The missing folder that the error is referring to is /var/db/openldap/openldap-data. This database directory must exist prior to running slapd. Try creating the folder if it doesn't exist and make sure that the folder is read/write by the system.
I had same problem - several wiki backup files a minute. I found an article here (https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4597188?start=45&tstart=0), that solved the problem to me. The third party software GoodSync (GoodSync connect) caused the problem. I had to GoodSync > GodSync > edit gs-server install (without really installing) and delete ...
Is there an easy(-ish) way to get a similar workflow, having the Server retrieve emails and add them to the local IMAP server? The key is to use the dovecot-lda program (lda for Local Deliver Agent), which can write messages into the IMAP server. For example, if using getmail, you could provide a [destination] section which invokes dovecot-lda: ...
This seems to have worked: http://francoisdeschenes.com/2013/02/26/enable-write-permissions-for-apache-built-into-mac-os-x Strange that this is not on by default?
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