MAMP is a pre-packaged solution that installs Apache, MySQL, and PHP/Perl on OS X with minimal configuration. The default settings are generally insecure and most *AMP packages are meant for development and not production use. Because of this, you should refer to the faq before asking questions ...

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Trouble installing php memcache extension

I'm trying to install memcache on MAMP but I get the warning below, and when I continue it seems to complete properly. I add the line extension=memcache.so to the php.ini and restart MAMP but ...
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MAMP & Command Line Interface — PATH on MAC OS X

I have MAMP installed on my Mac for use as a localhost development environment. Previously, I used the already-installed PHP and my own install of MySQL, but I want to move to MAMP because I think ...
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How can I configure Apache+PHP on OS 10.7.5 to make 0755 directories writable?

For years I used MAMP on my Macintosh computer to run a development environment with Apache, MySQL, and PHP. When I upgraded my machine to OS 10.7, I decided to use OS 10's native Apache and PHP in ...
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Importing old mediawiki SQL dump MAMP

I've been tasked with importing an SQL database to setup up with a local mediawiki website (v1.14). We were sent a SQL file with an image file to upload to the local site. After setting up mediawiki ...
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Installing mod_xsendfile on MAMP

I'm having trouble installing mod_xsendfile on MAMP. I've used some sources to try to help me install it: http://iprog.com/posting/2008/04/compiling_mod_xsendfile_for_mac_os_x ...
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MAMP Pro mysqld won't start on os x lion

getting a Start MySQL Failed error in the GUI.. when i attempt to start mysqld from the CLI i get the following error: → /Applications/MAMP/Library/bin/mysqld 120623 23:12:47 [Warning] ...
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MAMP not opening the correct file

I am a first time web app developer trying to develop a web application. I downloaded MAMP and have a simple index.html file in the htdocs folder. The apache root directory is also set to htdocs ...
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MAMP Virtual Host not working with custom document root

I have changed my Document Root in the MAMP settings to a folder in my Dropbox so I can easily sync my files between computers. This was fine until I started to using relative file paths, the URL was ...
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Upgrade of MAMP PRO deleted my htdocs folder completely

I just upgraded my MAMP PRO to newest version 1.9.6.1 . After that it completely deleted all my projects in htdocs folder (thanx god I use TimeMachine). How should I updgrade it without such damage ? ...
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MAMP PRO - “Network Error (dns_server_failure)” when setting up VHosts

I'm trying to set up a virtual host locally on MAMP PRO; I've done this before on other machines and it worked like a charm. This time, however, when I try to point my browser to the path defined in ...
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PHP MAMP email stopped sending

I'm working on a simple registration email. I'm using MAMP (free) with PHP. I was getting emails from my code before. Now I get nothing. Here is a test code that doesn't send the email either. ...
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Connecting to MySQL Server from PHP Command Line (MAMP)

First of all, I'm using Mac OSX 1.6, MAMP 1.9, PHP 5.3.4, and MySQL 5.1.44. I'm in the process of setting up a video encoding service for a site using Chris Boulton's PHP-Resque and Redis. Once the ...
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Logging mysql queries under MAMP Pro (MAC)

I am using MAMP Pro 2.0.5 (latest) and copied the my-medium.cnf file and placed it into /mamp/conf/ and renamed it to my.cnf under the [mysqld] i placed log = ...
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pecl_http : Apache is unable to load http.so

I'm using MAMP 2.1.3 with Mac OS 10.8.3. I've just installed the pecl_http extension with Mac Ports + PECL. The http.so exists and is in (correctly set in php.ini) : ...