There’s a nifty little app called MAMP. It allows you to distribute what amounts to a self-containing web based application. Using MAMP you can install whatever you need in Apache and SQL and then zip it up and distribute it. Ports can be customized so as not to adversely effect the system’s other Apache instances that may be running. For example, Moodle…
krypted June 8th, 2008
Posted In: sites
Apache, mamp, moodle
MAMP provides a portable LAMP-style environment for the Mac. Easy to move stuff around, easy to use MySQL and Apache. And can take your Apache 1.x environment in Tiger to an Apache 2.x environment.
krypted December 27th, 2007
Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Mac Security, sites, SQL
Apache, lamp, mamp, MySQL, SQL