Yes, as I expected this is turning into a mess for someone who is unfamiliar
with Apache2 and
Subversion. Doesn't seem to be as easy as outlined above.
I did follow the instructions listed but nothing really seems to be
ps -aef returns:
0 61079 1 0 0:00.01 ?? 0:00.01 /opt/local/bin/daemondo
/opt/local/etc/LaunchDaemons/org.macports.apache2/apache2.wrapper start ;
stop ; --restart-cmd
/opt/local/etc/LaunchDaemons/org.macports.apache2/apache2.wrapper restart ;
That is about all I can tell you.
Appreciate the help I received.
Was wondering if anyone can pickup from here.
> I used the .dmg installer on both the client Macs and the server Mac.
> The .dmg is advertised to come with "everything" needed for both.
> Yea, the Mac OSX Server GUI is why I decided to go with putting the
> repository on the server.
> As you asked, I would like to upgrade the server to 1.6.17. I've seen
> literature on-line about manual configurations.
> Is configuring the server the same as configuring the client version as
> you laid out below?
> Also there were other modules that needed to be flipped on through the
> GUI, as per directions found on the internet.
> Would I need to worry about those?
> Much appreciated,
> Ryan Schmidt-80 wrote:
>> On Jun 25, 2011, at 15:43, davmar wrote:
>>> What would you do in this case?
>>> Would I have to uninstall the native apache2 on the mac server and
>>> re-install using MacPorts.
>>> It sounds like it could be messy.
>> What do you want to do?
>> First of all I was not clear whether you were running Mac OS X (client
>> version) or Mac OS X Server.
>> If you're running Mac OS X (client version) and are using Apple's Apache,
>> then there's almost no reason not to switch to MacPorts apache2. Simply
>> turn off Apple's Apache in System Preferences > Sharing > Web Sharing,
>> install the MacPorts subversion port with the +mod_dav_svn variant (which
>> will also install MacPorts apache2), configure apache2 by editing
>> /opt/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf (possibly copying over any changes you
>> had already made to Apple's Apache configuration file at
>> /etc/apache2/httpd.conf), then start it with "sudo port load apache2".
>> You do not need to (and should not) uninstall Apple's Apache (or any
>> other software Apple provided with Mac OS X); MacPorts lives its own
>> separate existence in /opt/local. For additional help using MacPorts,
>> write to the macports-users mailing list.
>> If you're running Mac OS X Server and are using Apple's Apache, then you
>> have a harder decision, because Apple provides a lovely GUI for
>> configuring Apache, which you would no longer be able to use if you
>> switched to MacPorts apache2.
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