Deploy osx apache2 (plus php)

I’m under the understanding that it is a good practice to have apache2
installed for RoR, and so I’ve used macports on OSX to install that,
and then I stopped the existing server and restarted the apache2
instance using /opt/local/apache/bin/apachectl. So far, so good. I
get the welcome screen when I point at localhost. But of course I
don’t want to break other things on the machine, so I need to get
apache2 to handle the existing PHP pages on the machine.

At that point I am blocked. I did a “port install php5”, and it
worked without error, but I don’t see how to tell apache2 to know
about this. I tried
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
AddHandler php5 .php
and restarted apachectl (without warning), but when I navigate to an
existing page, I just see the PHP code, not the result.

Can anyone offer a pointer to get me going? I realize that I’m saying
an ugly word (“php”) here, but I think it’s acceptable for me to ask
this here, since others may also want to have both RoR and PHP pages
deployed on a single machine.

On 2/10/07, dankelley [email protected] wrote:

worked without error, but I don’t see how to tell apache2 to know
about this. I tried
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
AddHandler php5 .php
and restarted apachectl (without warning), but when I navigate to an
existing page, I just see the PHP code, not the result.

Can anyone offer a pointer to get me going? I realize that I’m saying
an ugly word (“php”) here, but I think it’s acceptable for me to ask
this here, since others may also want to have both RoR and PHP pages
deployed on a single machine.

I suggest you take this somewhere else, there are plenty of mailing
lists dedicated to apache configuration. Even a php list would be more
appropriate.

And I do assume you’re talking about deployment here, where it makes
sense to use apache 2.2 with mod_proxy_balancer in front of your
mongrel clusters.

If it’s your development box, you should forget all about apache and
just use webrick or mongrel stand-alone.

Isak

Hi, I would recommend that you following the following steps using
MacPorts:

a) sudo port install php5 +apache2 +mysql5

b) cd /opt/local/apache2/conf

c) sudo cp httpd.conf.sample httpd.conf

d) add these commands to section “”
of /opt/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf:

AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps

e) add the following to DirectoryIndex in you httpd.conf:

index.php

For example, after you update the line DirectoryIndex, it should

look like this

DirectoryIndex index.html index.php

f) cd /opt/local/apache2/modules

g) sudo /opt/local/apache2/bin/apxs -a -e -n “php5” libphp5.so

h) cd /opt/local/etc

i) sudo cp php.ini-recommended php.ini

j) Add these commands to section “”
of /opt/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf:

k) update your path in your .profile to contain:

 /opt/local/apache2/bin

 e.g.  Your path should look similar to the following after update:

 export 

PATH=/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:/opt/local/apache2/bin:${PATH}

Good luck,

-Conrad

Hi, here’s updated steps for you because step (j) wasn’t needed in the
previous e-mail:

a) sudo port install php5 +apache2 +mysql5

b) cd /opt/local/apache2/conf

c) sudo cp httpd.conf.sample httpd.conf

d) add these commands to section “”
of /opt/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf:

AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps

e) add the following to DirectoryIndex in you httpd.conf:

index.php

For example, after you update the line DirectoryIndex, it should
look like this

DirectoryIndex index.html index.php

f) cd /opt/local/apache2/modules

g) sudo /opt/local/apache2/bin/apxs -a -e -n “php5” libphp5.so

h) cd /opt/local/etc

i) sudo cp php.ini-recommended php.ini

j) update your path in your .profile to contain:

/opt/local/apache2/bin

e.g.  Your path should look similar to the following after update:

export 

PATH=/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:/opt/local/apache2/bin:${PATH}

Good luck,

-Conrad

On 28 Feb 2007, at 14:22, dankelley wrote:

Hm. I get an error with step (a), as follows. Any ideas?

--->  Fetching mysql5
--->  Attempting to fetch mysql-5.0.22.tar.gz from

http://mysql.mirrors.pair.com/Downloads/MySQL-5.0/
—> Attempting to fetch mysql-5.0.22.tar.gz from
http://mysql.he.net/Downloads/MySQL-5.0/
—> Verifying checksum(s) for mysql5
Error: Checksum (sha1) mismatch for mysql-5.0.22.tar.gz

Don’t compile mysql yourself, but download the MacOS X installer
package (from http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.0.html#downloads):

Mac OS X (TAR packages) downloads (platform notes)

Mac OS X 10.3 (PowerPC, 32-bit)
Standard
5.0.27
29.3M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: 7e4f9e07c7b923d5e3779ac4b76871b7 | Signature

Max
5.0.27
43.0M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: 48e3dd4d5074733dc8e25882c2a439db | Signature

Debug
5.0.27
48.7M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: 55b2367be3e56d5f772049d77a5829f3 | Signature
Mac OS X 10.4 (PowerPC, 32-bit)
Standard
5.0.27
27.8M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: 9925902f32c5a776d5fd3d14328e319e | Signature

Max
5.0.27
40.7M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: eb94ea97761cf13a9817db71ac962e87 | Signature

Debug
5.0.27
48.9M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: 198d781c015ab734be4b9ba530109a9f | Signature
Mac OS X 10.4 (PowerPC, 64-bit)
Standard
5.0.27
28.4M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: 1605d14fb3d6a1bf1e4c60d0273f49c1 | Signature

Max
5.0.27
41.9M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: c922ec57c9d12302704bfcd80044875e | Signature

Debug
5.0.27
49.0M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: dd84658cf78fac3427791c017652ed06 | Signature
Mac OS X 10.4 (x86)
Standard
5.0.27
26.8M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: 426d50a0d966d5cb6b4986820f99c32d | Signature

Max
5.0.27
39.2M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: aba373bcf859dbafc654cbdec5a5d9c1 | Signature

Debug
5.0.27
48.0M
Download | Pick a mirror
MD5: 679e144eb6ef2041206684c0651b7524 | Signature

Peter De Berdt wrote:

Don’t compile mysql yourself, but download the MacOS X installer
package (from http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.0.html#downloads):

This advice was very helpful. Thanks, Peter.

Hm. I get an error with step (a), as follows. Any ideas?

--->  Fetching mysql5
--->  Attempting to fetch mysql-5.0.22.tar.gz from

http://mysql.mirrors.pair.com/Downloads/MySQL-5.0/
—> Attempting to fetch mysql-5.0.22.tar.gz from
http://mysql.he.net/Downloads/MySQL-5.0/
—> Verifying checksum(s) for mysql5
Error: Checksum (sha1) mismatch for mysql-5.0.22.tar.gz

On Feb 28, 9:58 am, Peter De Berdt [email protected] wrote:

Don’t compile mysql yourself, but download the MacOS X installer
package (fromhttp://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.0.html#downloads):

Thanks, Peter. This was excellent advice. I messed around for a
long time trying to get the port version working. I am not sure my
experience will be of any use to others, because a lot of my problem
was in having an incorrect PATH variable, etc. Still, I can report
that using this official MYSQL version does work. And the panel
item for starting it is quite nice – better than figuring out where
the daemon is, better than issuing launchctl commands, etc.

Oh, one other thing to report – all my existing databases got
trashed. No big deal; I have cronscripts items to do nightly
backups. (Again, I don’t know if this is relevant to others reading
this … perhaps I did something wrong.)

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