Scripting: Help needed!!! setting up a PHP server with Mac OS

started by Helterskelter on Mar 7, 2005 — RSS Feed

Helterskelter Helterskelter
Posts: 1

Hi all,
I'm new to this forum,
and it seems I can't find an easy way to put up a PHP testing server on my Mac OS 10.3.
I use Dreamweaver but I just can't find a way to let my computer show me what my code does  

I've been searching the net for hours by now but I just can't find a decent explanation on how to do it.

Plz help me !!!! :

Joe Gillespie Joe Gillespie
Posts: 528

Unfortunately, there isn't an 'easy' way. Installing PHP on a Mac (or anywhere else) is not a trivial task. It took me several days and bungled attempts to get it running. It makes life a lot simpler if you just upload your files to a server that is already configured for PHP.

Baxter Baxter
Posts: 157

I didn't have any troubles at all.. took about 15 minutes, tops.
Go here:
http://www.entropy.ch/software/macosx/php/

Joe Gillespie Joe Gillespie
Posts: 528

Baxter said:
I didn't have any troubles at all.. took about 15 minutes, tops.
Go here:
http://www.entropy.ch/software/macosx/php/


Admitedly, this makes it look easier than the instruction on Apple's support page but it it assumes that you have a clean system with everything else working normally. After mainy failed attemts to install PHP, GD and FreeType, my system is in a complete mess and needs to be rebuild from scratch - but hey, I'm retired now and don't care anymore

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