Mamp mac os x 10.5

Duplicate file names scattered over directories. Developer doesn't include various fixes provided by users on the forum. Fix the non-functioning widget. Make usable by non-admins Addressing 2 and 3 would raise the rating by two stars.

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I just installed MAMP 1. I haven't actually done anything with it, but it is up and running and looks beautiful. So far it looks like a really great tool. Note, I can't comment on stability, having only just installed it.

I used already several versions of mamp and I'm always as delighted. Very stable, easy to install and manage ad to work with. Just be carefull not to delete your db and http docs when upgrading. I downloaded and installed MAMP several months ago. I have come to appreciate what it does.

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In the past, I could never view php pages that I was testing; now I understand it was because my web server was not running. If you do any web development or want to play with databases or scripts, give it a try. It's a long download, and it puts the htdocs in a strange place, but it's a great 'all in one' package. Thank you to all the developers who work for free and create such great products. It makes the Mac community a friendly place.

Thank you for updating the MySQL version. Now MAMP has the unicode bugs removed. The eAccelerator is also a wonderful feature. It was so easy to install and all configuration files are placed near each other in logical locations. Finally a way for old-school Mac users to be introduced to some of the unix tools without mucking about with command lines and conf files. This was really easy to set up and use. MAMP has made me very happy.

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Frustrated with problems and limitations within Apple's built in Personal Web Sharing, I was looking for a better, more easy to customize webserver. Enter MAMP. Mac Friendly, easy as heck to set up, use, and uninstall but I doub't you'll want to do that.

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Works well with Tiger. Trust me - I should know. Like it's not bad enough that I don't really know what I'm doing and I'm really new to all this, the other tools requiring configurations here and extra applications there just had me on the brink of frustration! This is the only tool to use if you're new and don't want the installation process of AMP to put you off. I mean this is my first review of an application and it is very well deserved!

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Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. I am aware I can opt out at any time. Overview User Reviews Specs. From appsolute GmbH: Mac OS X users can download the MAMP, and with just a few clicks, install the software bundle in a folder, making it easier than ever in typical Mac fashion for users to host applications on their local server. The process takes about a minute to complete. Latest Stories. Spotify competitor YouTube Music finally comes to Android Auto Now you have easier hands-free control of Google's music streaming service.

As for the port number, you can just edit it to 80 and not have to enter it manually each time when you browse to your local dev site. I strongly suggest that if you're going to be using Wordpress on the localhost, that you either know your stuff before installing XAMPP, or just go with something else that won't give you those problems; presumably MAMP, which is what I'm about to install.

Personnally, i think that MAMP is easier to use. Especially if you want to define the folder where you want to run your local web sites. In MAMP it's really easy to change the directory that you want for your weblocal web sites. Neither if you do WordPress development. ServerPress has the most options in a dead simple user interface. Steve Steve 1 1 4.

Sorry, I just realized that anything related to servers should be posted on ServerFault. Or am I on the right place? Matt Matt 1, 1 11 Thanks Wolax!

MAMP added the port number at the end of the url which is quite annoying to me. There might be a way around it but I just didn't have the inclination to play around. I recompiled the existing php to the newest version and added mcrypt. Also installed MySQL. Abhic Abhic 1 7 Linked 1.