How to Enable PHP5 In Mac OS X Leopard

I've seen a lot of visitors searching for information on enabling PHP5 in Mac OS X Leopard. It turns out to be quite easy. Leopard ships with Apache 2 and PHP 5 pre-installed. To enable PHP simply: Open your favorite text editor and edit /private/etc/apache2/httpd.conf Uncomment line number 114. It should read LoadModule php5_module ...

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My Favorite New Leopard Feature

Select a file in Finder and press ↩ to rename it. Finder now excludes the file extension...

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macOS

Leopard First Impressions

If you squint your eyes and look to the side of your monitor, Leopard is actually quite attractive. VirtualHostX is broken at the moment. That'll be fixed as soon as I roll out Apache 2 support. The new iCal is hot. I love that there is now a physical separation between local...

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What is Twitter?

Nat from O'Reilly Radar: It reminded me of the time in my mis-spent youth when I got lost in IRC, spending evenings heckling the TV with my IRC friends. This is the geek equivalent of being stoner, by the way, with roughly the same effect on cognition . . . It's...

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foo9 URL Shortener

I was out of town for a couple days last week and had a lot of time to kill at my hotel. Needing something to do I decided to write my own URL shortening service. This is hardly an original idea - TinyURL.com has been around for a long time....

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