After upgrading you MacOS, you will need to reconfigure your MAMP server. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to do. However, sometime hiccups happen. Here’s a quick guide to follow that will walk you through the things to check. 1. enable php.ini cd /etc move default to php.ini sudo cp php.ini-5.2-previous php.ini If you need to resetup…

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How to get your virtual host MAMP Server (Mac Apache, PHP, and MySQL) up and running again after upgrading to the latest macOS. Mac High Sierra (as of this post). After upgrading the macOS and navigating to the directory of my localhost website, this is what I see. Instead of showing the webpage it is supposed…

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Welcome to part 5 of the MAMP tutorial. In this post we will go over setting up friendly URLs on your Mac server. We will be adding a new site called http://mysite.localhost You will also learn how to run multiple domain sites on your local server. Having Virtual Hosts enabled is really useful when developing sites on…

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Welcome to part 3 of the MAMP tutorial. In this post we will go over setting up phpMyAdmin on your Mac’s localhost. Part 2 walks you through installing mysql on your localhost read. Part 1 shows you how to setup up Apache on your Mac.

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This tutorial will show you how to set up an Apache server to run PHP on a mac OSX 10.8+ with Mountain Lion or later operating system. Tested on OS X Mountain Lion, OS X Mavericks, OS X Yosemite 10.10+, macOS El Capitan, macOS Catalina Last updated Aug 7, 2020 Updated for macOS Catalina

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After installing Mountain Lion I discovered that Apple changed their settings for Apache. Here are some amazing tutorials I came across that will help you get your Mac Mountain Lion Apache PHP MySQL server up and running. Installing Apache MySQL, PHP and setup Virtual Hosts Installing and configuring Apache, MySQL, PHP and phpMyAdmin…

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