Jeremy Lavergne jeremy at
Tue Jun 2 06:36:49 PDT 2015

If Apple apache config file is overriding the macports one, that means the apple one is actually running.

Step One of getting a LAMP stack going is to shut off the Apple version:

On Jun 2, 2015, at 8:59 AM, Cheesy One wrote:

> I am using a macbook pro running os x yosemite (10.10). I am setting up a local developer environment using macports. in trying to simplify the installation of soctware i decided to try and use macports for apache 2.4, php 5.5 and mysql, i seem to have gotten stuck. My apache  installation went properly at first. but no i am trying to set up a virtual host environment to be located in a folder in my desktop. and after 8 hours of fiddling with various recommendation s from online, i have discovered that my webbrowser is not recognizing my macports configuration file. that is httpd.conf. 
> it only seems to recognized the file previously installed by apple. As you already know yosemite ships with php and apache. 
> how do i get the laptop to point to the correct httpd.conf file? there are installed by apple and one by macports.

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