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Fail to load php module macports

I'm trying to install php module via macports. I have them installed, so I run cd /opt/local/apache2/modules sudo /opt/local/apache2/bin/apxs -a -e -n "php5" mod_php54.so Then I'll ensure myself, ...
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Update Apache using MacPorts on OS X Lion Server (10.7.4)

I would like to update the existing Apache software to version 2.2.22 (currently running version 2.2.21). I would like to use Macports but I am open to suggestions. Whenever I try to install it, ...
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Library conflict in Mac OS X

I was trying to install the ImageMagick library on Mac OS X Snow Leopard, and first I tried port and, after it failed, homebrew. It updated some dependencies and installed ImageMagick without ...
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Is there a way to automatically restart Apache on Mac OS X if it crashes?

I've installed Apache using MacPorts. It crashes every once in a while, and I need to manually restart it. Is there a way to get Apache to automatically restart if it dies for some reason? Perhaps ...
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How do I specify which install of Apache I want my Mac to use?

All my problems stemmed from trying to get mcrypt for PHP installed. Last night I gave in and followed a tutorial of how to do a totally fresh apache2 and php5.3.3 install. I did this using macports ...
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apache2 VirtualHost in Mac OS X home directory

I am running Macports apache2 on Mac OS X 10.5. Whenever I configure a virtual host in the default folder, it works, however when I configure the virtual host in my home directory I get a "403 ...
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Mac OS X 10.6.3: how does Apache config work?

Just got a MacBook Pro 15" so I'm unfamiliar with how the filesystem is laid out. I noticed when in my filesystem that I've got a few paths specifying httpd.conf: /etc/apache2/httpd.conf ...
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Macports Apache not starting at Mac OSN Snow Leopard boot

Macports Apache2 is not starting at Mac OSX Snow Leopard boot. I've done the launchctl load command, the symlinks point to my ...
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Hostname problem

my hostname is newton ...when I set "127.0.0.1 Newton" in /etc/hosts .. parallels stops working.. when I set "127.0.0.1 localhost" in /etc/hosts apache installed via ports stops working.. when I ...
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Install multiple PHP environments on OS X Snow Leopard

I just upgraded my MBP to Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6), which took PHP to 5.3 This is great, except I use my MBP as my development machine and I use a lot of PHP libs and frameworks (namely CakePHP 1.2) ...