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Thread: OS X server

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    OS X server

    I'm a Pc user but considering getting a i-book or power book for my web designa nd development work. I think I read or heard somewhere that OSX has its own intigrated webserver to run PHP and MySQl. Am I right or do you need other software?

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    Hmm, integrated... I dont know if its quite integrated.. It will need to be installed and configured.. Linux is good to.. its "integrated".

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    OSX has Apache preinstalled. MySQL for OSX is alot harder to configure than the PC installation

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