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Local DataAssist Pages Not Loading in OS X 10.8

Thread began 1/06/2013 1:12 pm by RichardS | Last modified 7/30/2013 4:50 pm by RichardS | 2436 views | 7 replies

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I finally had a chance to look at this issue on my local OS X 10.8 machine. With the update to 10.8 Apple changed how Apache is setup, and line 11 in library.php of Data Assist sets the directory name using PHP_SELF. Well, if you don't have everything setup in your user.conf file located in /etc/apache2/users then this file just hangs. I seem to have added the config info necessary to have everything running correctly. Why nothing else broke I have no idea.

FYI-You have to add a <VirtualHost *.80> entry for localhost

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