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From Barrie Robinson <barrie.robin...@emotus.com>
Subject Re: Auto Startup Apache Server on Boot in OSX
Date Wed, 03 Jul 2002 20:33:10 GMT
Thanks, I'll take a look tomorrow.

> Barrie Robinson wrote:
>> It may be a simple config or perhaps something else in OSX? I?m wanting
>> to set up my OSX system so that Apache starts on system boot (and auto
>> login). Has anybody done this? Sorry I?m kinda new to Apache on OSX.
>> 
>> Thanks.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Barrie Robinson | Emotus | 27C Highbury Park London N5 1TH
>> 
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> 
> Barrie,
> 
> There are a couple of things you can do...
> If you edit your /etc/hostconfig file you will see a bunch of
> capitalized names with the syntax ITEM=-VALUE-
> look for WEBSERVER=-NO- and change it the NO to YES
> 
> If you have compiled your own version of Apache, and did not use the
> configure option layout=Darwin and put it in its own directory, it is
> likely that OS X will run the stock apache program.
> I believe OSX equivalent of /etc/init.d or /etc/rc/ is
> /System/Library/StartupItems
> There are many directories in there that point to Apache, Sendmail,
> Cron, and other services.
> I think what you would want to do if Apache didnt exist would be to copy
> the files from one of the other services and just change everything to
> point to Apache, and make sure that the apachectl you are referencing is
> the one from the install you are doing.
> 
> I figured this out by looking at /etc/rc script which says not to add
> anything to this script to startup a service, although you probably can,
> but to add the item to the startup directory.
> 
> Peter Musolino
> Montclair State University
> Upper Montclair, NJ  07043
> 
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