Obviously there's something wrong with the Apache setup but I can't figure out where to look. Jono Jan 27, 2010 #47 Ditto! I ran that and all seems to be well. Thanks a lot. check my blog
I uninstalled entropy, did this and it worked! Thanks! Kiernan Mar 30, 2011 #208 Thank you! MAMP aktualisieren4. http://superuser.com/questions/286944/where-is-the-php-log-file-located-on-mac-osx
current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Thanks for taking the time to publish this. Any suggestions on what I may be doing wrong? Browse other questions tagged osx-snow-leopard configuration reinstall apache-2.2 php5 or ask your own question.
Simple and efficient. I was wondering how it is possible that I'm the only one who doesn't have it. Ok I know I'm OT but i'm having this issue: I'm behind a proxy on my college network, if i turn off the wifi and type "http://MyMacName" or "http://localhost" or "http://127.0.0.1" Apache Php Error Log Thanks, Scott Gerling May 9, 2010 #88 Useless.
Cheers! Unfortunately, you can't open php.ini.default in BBEdit or TextWrangler and save it with a different name. Make an ASCII bat fly around an ASCII moon Uncertainty principle What examples are there of funny connected waypoint names or airways that tell a story? Hot Network Questions Gender roles for a jungle treehouse culture What does Differential Geometry lack in order to "become Relativity" - References Make an ASCII bat fly around an ASCII moon
And i cannot get the phpinfo() file to do anything. ????? Php.ini Error Log MAMP > 4. I followed each step without a problem using sudo pico php.ini from /etc (otherwise restricted from access via the desktop; vi did not work either due to same reason) to text Start MySQL in the preference pane.
i am opening it with emacs on my mac. whisperycat Jul 13, 2010 #122 Thanks man. What is the 'dot space filename' command doing in bash? But the following articles are not Dreamweaver-specific and are still relevant. Command Line: '/usr/sbin/httpd -d Foreground'
Ed A May 31, 2010 #101 Brilliant! Type the following command, using the name of the file on your computer instead of davidpowers.conf: sudo cp davidpowers.conf /private/etc/Apache2/users If there are several .conf files to copy, you can use Thank you very much for your help. Kio estas la diferenco inter scivola kaj scivolema?
Dae Sep 21, 2009 #2 Very simple, worked perfectly, thanks! Apache Caught Sigterm, Shutting Down If you want to log errors, use the function error_log() The file's location changes depending upon enviroment. Save the file.
Ryan Arana Apr 10, 2010 #76 Great stuff! Thanks for any help.... Matia Mar 9, 2011 #203 Great!!! Mac Restart Apache Are non-English speakers better protected from (international) phishing?
I was talking about the "Console Messages" item that's present by default in the sidebar starting on 10.5, replacing the item for "console.log" (the file), which was removed on 10.5. THAT WAS HELPFUL Wael Jun 10, 2010 #107 This is excellent! Nano 7 - backgrounds... Updating MAMP4.
Dave Jan 28 '15 at 16:58 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign up share|improve this answer answered Nov 12 '10 at 21:05 Zayne S Halsall 1,4501117 pls see update above thx. –w- Nov 12 '10 at 21:15 Updated my response, My MySQl folder from my old PowerBook G4 was called "mysql-5.0.37-osx10.4-powerpc". I now have these enabled.
What's the difference you ask? Thank you!!! All the links I find for installing Apache on a mac are just telling me that it comes built in! M.
The biggest advantage over using the .profile method, it also works when calling programs from within a shell script Richard May 26, 2010 #100 Excellent! i have uncommented the relevant line in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf LoadModule php5_module libexec/apache2/libphp5.so I have restarted apache with sudo apachectl -k restart and when i try to access a file with a php Ben Mar 20, 2010 #69 Thanks for saving my time :) @Ben: /etc and other unix like directories don't show up by default. Could not get simpler than that.
also the way it's written.. The "Console Messages" item most certainly is present on 10.5; it was introduced then, not removed then ;-) Has it been removed post-10.5, as my second paragraph asked? [ Reply to Thank you. See this Apple Doc: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3696 fdoc May 19, 2010 #95 Great tutorial Lots of thanks!
I'm having a problem though.