I have been creating a Wordpress Multiuser site during the last two several weeks. Everything was good:
- Were built with a local configuration held in MAMP using default ports (was FTP accessible) Meaning I needed to edit etc/host and indicate site root on drive
- Been with them saved MAMP's folder structure
- Could toggle between default ports and MAMP ports for other sites in development
Following the cleaning, MAMP Professional would crash at firing in the SQL Server.
I could fix the crash by starting terminal and modifying a line. The final line had my Ip and
null soon after it. So after i added
localhost, the server would start.
But with no success. I can not appear to can remember the configuration after I have interfered with my MAMP configurations.
- In my opinion I set an alias and named among the hosts as wordpress.mu.
- I'd MAMP pointing to some folder having a different title.
- The alias was local host.
And (when testing the website), I'd type:
localhost.localdomain/sitetitle. This really is no more working.
Can someone point me to thorough instructions or shoot us a couple of tips about things i should check up on? While it may be a simple fix (a minimum of I am wishing) it's become a little over my mind like me just exhausted from researching possible methods to problems I semi-understand.
Thanks ahead of time community, pals, and web researchers. I'd like to treat whoever helps me effectively to some local cafe card. :)
I am not while using Professional version, and so i may just a little off base here, but I'd look into the following..
Does the MAMP home page work? (http://localhost:8888/MAMP/?language=British)
Must you edit Apache's config? (httpd.conf) You will possibly not have to when utilizing MAMP Professional.
Is MySQL neglecting to start due to there being already a case running (search for a procedure known as mysqld in Activity Monitor)?
Have you got a hosts entry for localhost.localdomain pointing to 127...1?