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Textpattern on OS X

This article covers the following:

  1. What does Textpattern offer?
  2. Downloading and Installing Textpattern 1.0rc1
  3. Enabling Personal Web Sharing
  4. Downloading and Installing MySQL
  5. Configuring MySQL
  6. Enabling and Testing PHP
  7. Configuring Textpattern

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Initially released:
2004-09-30
Posted here:
04 Dec 2004
Article modified:
06 Dec 2004

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This method will not work on MacOS 10.5 due to problems with mysql. The in-built webserver in Tiger was a little trouble some too.

A method to quickly get things up and running would be to use a free, all in one, webserver packages such as MAMP or XAMPP.

1) Download MAMP (free) from, http://www.mamp.info/en/mamp.html .

2) Copy MAMP to your Applications folder,

3) Open the MAMP application (this starts the webserver software on your system),

4) Add a textpattern database using phpmyadmin (http://localhost:8888/MAMP/),

5) Download the latest version of Textpattern and place it in the htdocs folder inside the MAMP folder (rename the textpattern folder txp e.g. /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/txp)

6) Take your browser to the folder, http://localhost:8888/txp

7) Complete the installation of textpattern in the normal way

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