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Is there any webserver that comes with MacOS X?

 
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I was wondering if Max OS X came with one. I wanted to try my old PHP stuff...
 
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It comes with apache, but you'll have to 'sudo apachectl start' to get it started.

I'm not sure, Mac OS X might come with a stripped down PHP, but if you want any of the interesting modules pre-loaded you'll need to download and/or build PHP. Many people use a pre-compiled package from an entropy.ch site. (If you want PostGreSQL, GD, mcrypt, etc just about anything....)
 
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Originally posted by Eric Nielsen:
It comes with apache, but you'll have to 'sudo apachectl start' to get it started.



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