WordPress on OSX server
Hello,I try to host my WordPress blog on my mid 2011 Mac mini following this tutorial:
Re: How can I install WordPress on OS X Server
Aug 7, 2012 11:50 PM (in response to kohncreative)
I have WordPress running on my Mountain Lion Server. You can use the PG4WP plugin found here so MySQL won’t be needed:
Before you can do the install, you will need to do a few things:
1. Configure PostgreSQL to listen on 127.0.0.1:
sudo serveradmin settings postgres:listen_addresses = “127.0.0.1”
2. Start PostgreSQL:
sudo serveradmin start postgres
It may already be started by one of the other services that uses it (e.g. Wiki, Calendar, Profile Manager, …).
3. Create a WordPress database, create the WordPress database user, and change ownership of the database to the user:
sudo -u _postgres psql postgres -c “create database wordpress_test_db”
sudo -u _postgres psql postgres -c “create user wordpress_test_user with password ‘xyzzy'”
sudo -u _postgres psql postgres -c “grant all privileges on database wordpress_test_db to wordpress_test_user”
Obviously, you should change the stuff that’s in bold text.
4. In Server.app -> Web, check the box to enable PHP web applications.
After you’ve done those things, it’s a snap to follow the PG4WP and standard WordPress installation instructions.
OS X Server
Wordpress is now installed on my server but when I try to upload a file WordPress display that the parent directory is not writable.
Thank you for you answer.
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