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Have you actually tested on an Apple Mac?

Thread began 10/07/2009 8:39 pm by mrs | Last modified 10/29/2009 5:12 pm by mrs | 5972 views | 27 replies



How do you have MAMP Pro setup? I clicked the default ports and I also switched from user/user to www/mysql as recommended by MAMP. Though I am not sure why, it said for security reasons.

So my ports are 80 and 3306. I didn't do anything in Dynamic DNS or Postfix yet.

I see that you can type in http://name/ for local testing and then add the .com for remote view. But I still have to set my url prefix in site settings to http://localhost/name or I don't get a preview in the browser for the local.

One note, I am doing all of this on one site only now. It's my php sandbox folder and it's now located in the MAMP/htdocs/ folder. Maybe that's the difference. Should I keep it in the Sites folder instead?


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