Change its permission with the command:. You should be able to login and create database now.
It will probably be easier if you install a third party tool like MAMP , but that will add duplicate features to what is already available in your Mac. With a little tinkering, you can easily get your Mac to be a web server for all your web hosting needs. So I googled for Lion specifically… and found the answer. Great Tutorial! Easy to follow steps! Everything works and now i can easily test websites before even uploading!
Finally figured this out. The comments by Natts and Andrey Mironov a huge help. Thanks to all involved.
How to Clear All User Log Files on a Mac
I have OS First of all this is an excellent tutorial. Anyhoo…I saw this and decided to try it so that I could run Ajax scripts. Your note about removing me caused alarm bells to ring. Just curious. Thanks again.
Great tutorial. The mySQL removal instruction is there just in case you want to remove it. Is the user name your home and password the one you created? Ixne on all that!
I fixed it! So insanely cool!
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How do I view logs on the server?
Apple Mac iPhone. See the following for what is logged: Logging long-term is handled in each of the xml files that make up the features of jabber. See the Logconfiguration section of the c2s file via: Global log locations are controlled using the mail: The NetBoot service is simple to configure logging for, simply set the netboot: Servers, configured with these: VerboseLogging The last service is web Apache. The default access logs are per-site, with a key called customLogPath existing for each.
The defaultSite uses the following for its logs: These are per-site so that administrators can provide access to logs for the owners of each site and not fear them having access to logs for other users.
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