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    Anyone using Mac OS X Server for a web server?

    AS the title asks.... is there anyone who is (or has) used Mac's OS X Server as a web server (especially with PHP?)

    If so, what are your likes/dislikes about it?

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    This really doesn't belong in the PHP forum. I'll move it elsewhere...
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    I'm using it as a dev server, including PHP, MySQL and Python.

    Can't say it's any different to the unix/apache I'm used to. mod installation procedures are generally different, but there's documentation for it all if you google around.
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    I'm actually running Mac OS X client as a test server, but not using the built in Apache 1.0.x and PHP 4.0.6, but using Apache 2.0.52 and PHP 5.0.2 built from source...

    Edit: God you were up late Brothercake

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    Or is it early?
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