There probably are about 3 references to that path. You can find a good tutorial here to enable also phpmyadmin and such without using mamp. Thank you for your interest in this question.
Install Apache, PHP, MySQL, and phpMyAdmin on Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
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Asked 7 years, 11 months ago. Active 6 years, 8 months ago. Viewed 54k times. Gerry Finally, restart Apache for the new configuration to take effect: sudo apachectl restart Alternatively you can restart Apache by toggling it off and on again in the Sharing prefpane.
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Gerry Gerry Nano is quite user-friendly, IMO, and it's really annoying to try to edit something with root privileges from the GUI. If anything, you'll find it next to impossible to edit these files in TextEdit. Also, it is not unreasonable to expect some aquaintance with the console from any aspiring web developer.
I agree that a GUI text editor is probably a better approach for people who are not programmers or who don't have much unix experience, however, TextEdit is the wrong application to advise using simply because it defaults to a variable-width font and rich text. This can cause all sorts of problems beyond the simple usability nightmare of writing code in variable-width that will be extremely difficult or impossible for this person to debug.
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Hi Gareth, do you have Xcode installed? I think that the mcrypt make requires Xcode. You can download it from Apple; I have updated the instructions with the link to Xcode above. After setting everything back to normal i followed your steps — and — hooray — it works!
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