Internet Sharing is still available. Name may have changed, but its still there. Per-user Web Sharing is gone from Preferences but can be easily re-enabled via Terminal. The easy way Authored by: rafa espada on Jul 30, '12 PM. What I noticed is that if you are running a web server, and upgrade, it will leave the webserver enabled, but the apache configuration no longer has individual users' Sites directory paths enabled.
Then restart apache, i. Yes, the launchd plist for Apache is there by default. Hello, I was trying to run Apache server in my Mac Book.
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This OS version is The web sharing option is absent as we all know it. I tried to follow what all is discussed in this forum. I am just busted and sick with it Search Advanced. From our Sponsor I note that many of the users on here who got this to work had to make changes — and not the same ones. Torbin thank you for the tip: httpd -t saved me so much time.
Really did not feel like digging into my conf files to figure out what the syntax errors were. I went mamp and noticed the reference to the home folder afterwards.
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Please any solution to fix thing problem. I was wondering how I would go about adding my index. Do I add it through nano? I just wondered if it is possible to show the index. Well looks like The nearest I can figure is that the I was able to confirm that Apache still works in OS X I had to create one and drop in an index.
As most of the mac computers are used by only one user, the per-user configuration is a bit overkill. I would suggest using these changes in the http. Give permission to acces your Sites directory This should be changed to whatever you set DocumentRoot to. For what it is worth, I was struggling with this for a while and found a nice way to debug and fix my problem. I got this message, that was very easy to understand and fix:.
You may have to restart apache. Type sudo apachectl stop then sudo apachectl start. Also, be sure you have a Sites folder in your home directory. Yeah got that too, instead I just used vi and saved, but you can also use a normal text editor and copy the file using Finder too. I get a I can get the it works! Mate I am having a hard time. I want to use it for my IP of my computer, like Web Sharing used to do it, not via local host. I also accidentally created a username. This sucks. In Definitely use MAMP instead of this…much easier. Previous versions of OSX just needed you to turn on Web Sharing in the control panel for the same thing.
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This hint is mostly about restoring the same functionality in Mountain Lion that was taken away, including configuration of the webserver the same way as before. Thanks for sharing this. Sounds like your taking about…. I missed due diligence copying and pasting into the. Then put up an index. Great place to store a selfmade bookmark start page BTW. Name required. Mail will not be published required. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. Jim says:. January 19, at pm. June 11, at am. Jane says:. May 30, at am. Apache Captain says:. August 30, at pm.
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