Questions tagged [mamp]

The abbreviation "MAMP" stands for: Macintosh, Apache, Mysql and PHP. The macOS software application "MAMP" will quickly install the whole stack and provide a GUI for management.

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MAMP very slow to serve pages using Virtual Hosts on OSX Sierra

I am running MAMP 4.1.1 on my mac mini with OSX Sierra (10.12.3). lately when I try to load pages for a site using a virtual host, it is VERY slow to load. if i load pages without a virtual host ...
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Chrome refuses to flush / refresh DNS—why?

On OSX El Capitan, I have an issue developing a Wordpress site hosted locally by MAMP. When I visit the root hostname specified in MAMP, Chrome redirects me to an old hostname I previously used for ...
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Apache localhost doesn't work: Safari can't connect to the server localhost

I have upgraded to El Capitan a few months ago. I have followed a few guides to install and setup AMP: Get Apache, MySQL, PHP and phpMyAdmin working on OSX 10.11 El Capitan But I can't access my /...
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MAMP fails to update mysql

When I try to start my mysql and apache servers through MAMP on macOS, I get a message every time saying that mysql needs to be updated. I try to update mysql through the MAMP interface, but it ...
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using Apache DirectoryListing (Index)

I installed MAMP on Mac OS Catalina simply to serve my personal website, all content, no transactions, etc. However: I use Directory Indexing. I have it turned on in MAMP > Apache tab. It works, but: ...