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Can't access mamp server with internal IP

Running MAMP 2.1.1 on my 10.7.2 OS X Mac Pro. I can access server if I choose a port (such as the default 8888) but changing it to port 80 causes it to not work, except with localhost. This used to ...
0
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2answers
640 views

Hosts file map localhost to existing domain not subdirectory* updated

I am locally developing a website via MAMP and rather than messing with the changing all of my links and etc later on I opened up etc/hosts and added this line 127.0.0.1 localhost mysite.com so ...
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2answers
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MySQL won't start in MAMP server

I had MAMP successfully running in one of the user, but since I have created a new user to separate things between two developers, its throwing tantrums. I am pretty new to Mac itself but managed to ...
0
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1answer
92 views

Mysql on mac installed but broken

I have MySql installed as part of MAMP on my MacBook Pro OS X 10.6.4. But Terminal responds to the mysql command with: -bash: mysql: command not found This: sudo find / -name "mysql" brings this: ...
0
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1answer
512 views

MAMP on mac with existing mysql server

I am facing some issue in getting MAMP work with existing mysql database on my mac? Sometimes the problem is permission, sometimes it is not able to find the problem or something else. I will be more ...
5
votes
1answer
10k views

Why does my RewriteLog not work?

I have an .htaccess which looks like this: RewriteEngine on RewriteLog "/Applications/MAMP/logs/rewrite_engine_log" RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !/(index.php|css|images|js)/.*$ RewriteRule (.*) ...
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votes
5answers
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How can I set up a local host with a reasonable name, different than “localhost:80”?

I find it confusing to work on my site locally when there's something like "localhost:80" in the adress bar. It would be much better to have something like "mydomainoffline.com" which then maps ...