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I am using MacOS Server 5.6.1 running on a Mac Mini with High Sierra (10.13.6. It works completely fine and I've been hosting few Wordpress websites on it without any major troubles for couple of years now.

I wanted to try and install Magento ecommerce platform on it but it requires some specific PHP extensions hence my question.

I know how to install PHP and the extensions (via Homebrew) but I can't seem to grasp how the Apache is configured in MacOS Server as the httpd.conf that server seems to be using (in /private/etc/apach2) doesn't load any PHP module at all.

I think I saw an article on that on the web some time ago bu not able to find it anymore...

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    macOS Server uses webapps. There should be a site-specific configuration file in /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/, usually named after the site it's for. Have you searched there? It's not recommended to modify other Apache config files, as they may be overwritten anytime when installing system updates.
    – not2savvy
    Dec 16, 2019 at 11:36
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    If you want to configure it globally, maybe this quite comprehensive answer helps you.
    – not2savvy
    Dec 16, 2019 at 12:28
  • Your first comment seem to nail it, I've found the httpd_server_app.conf in /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2 which loads the php7.so module, Changed it to my homebrew version and it works! Btw the intl extension which I was after is installed by default in the bundled php but not active. Possibly can be enabled somewhere in those config files as well, but I prefer to have same PHP version for both CLI and Apache.
    – Maciek Rek
    Dec 16, 2019 at 12:39

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