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 libexec/apache2/libphp5.so Open System Preferences and go to Sharing Stop and then restart Web Sharing That’s it! PS – If you want any easy way to setup and manage virtual hosts on your Mac, check out VirtualHostX.