Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by jackies35 » Tue 11. Aug 2009, 06:38

what is going on? I am hearing users, end users, and customers screaming for help, for answers, and for a solution and the last post (which is this one) NOTHING!

I have a macbook and when i first heard about Joomla, I was told to use XAMMP and on their forum many MacUsers were able to use it. I wasn't. So, I decided to use Mamp.

I was able to get the screen that said, "if you are reading this, then you did it right...

Now, How do I setup the database for MySql database in joomla?? i don't even know where I should enter.... Arrghh!

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by hprata » Sat 22. Aug 2009, 13:35

jackies35 wrote:what is going on? I am hearing users, end users, and customers screaming for help, for answers, and for a solution and the last post (which is this one) NOTHING!

I have a macbook and when i first heard about Joomla, I was told to use XAMMP and on their forum many MacUsers were able to use it. I wasn't. So, I decided to use Mamp.

I was able to get the screen that said, "if you are reading this, then you did it right...

Now, How do I setup the database for MySql database in joomla?? i don't even know where I should enter.... Arrghh!

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You should read the Documentation and default page carefully. The answer is there
here is the documentation http://mamp.info/en/downloads/MAMP-PRO_Manual.pdf
Answer:

start MAMP Pro
click on Server (top left)
click on MySql (sub menu buttons)
then click Launch phpMyAdmin (this is a tool to create databases and users)
now in phpMyAdmin lower left links click Databases
bottom of screen create new database
now you cant use default user or create another user to match your live database configuration

To create a new user go to back to home
click Privileges
click Add User near bottom of screen
Add user info
make sure to add sufficient privileges and set Host to local (for security)

now your configure and can start Joomla install

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by forinternet11 » Wed 9. Sep 2009, 02:08

May i know what are the specifications needed in order for me to use MAMP PRO?
coz i think this will be a great help to my thesis...

thank you so much... :D

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by Dirk Einecke » Wed 9. Sep 2009, 07:35

Hi,
forinternet11 wrote:May i know what are the specifications needed in order for me to use MAMP PRO?
coz i think this will be a great help to my thesis...
You need min. Mac OS X 10.4 ... that's all.

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by severin » Tue 15. Sep 2009, 11:10

Hi,

MAMP PRO works only on Mac OS X starting with 10.4.

Regards,

Severin

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by chris-ben » Sat 11. Jun 2011, 05:37

I just downloaded the MAMP again and would try what would happen to the install this time.

I have been using mamp pro for a long rime now and everything was working fine until I tried to import it on my macbook. There was an error that said that described a large file cannot be uploaded.

I think the latest versions would not have this error, hopefully.

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by iCreate » Wed 10. Aug 2011, 21:05

I'm running Snow Leopard and having a problem with my MAMP. The MySQL server won't turn on...the light is red and not green. This happened as soon as I I uploaded my web files from my htdocs folder to the remote server. I didn't export the database or anything else...other than upload the files within my project folder within my htpdocs folder (htdocs/projectfolder/allfiles.whatever).

What happened? How can I fix this?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by james magee » Tue 13. Sep 2011, 06:08

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by Angela_Carol » Mon 24. Oct 2011, 06:40

It seems at the moment that the management of the temporary folders and files has changed in Leopard.

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by debbygoellen » Fri 11. Nov 2011, 03:26

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by mazz1721 » Thu 1. Mar 2012, 14:50

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by tomjackson » Thu 10. Jan 2013, 11:59

The MySQL server of MAMP PRO uses the Default Storage Engine MyISAM. If you want to change this, you have to change the configuration file of the MySQL server. After doing the configuration changes you’ll need to stop and start the servers to have the new changes take effect.

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by sinlyn » Tue 22. Jan 2013, 06:06

It would be nice if you mentioned where it is.
thanks so much :P

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by lupus » Tue 22. Jan 2013, 08:20

Next edit the attached php file and change the details for your database.
It could be work.

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Re: Leopard & MAMP PRO: MySQL problem

Post by Jack Hard » Wed 13. Feb 2013, 03:01

I downloaded and installed MAMP again and can not find the file that is mentioned in the hard disk.

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