2014-01-05 OSX Maverick and Apache

A bookmark for myself regarding Apache. The important part is this:

OS X comes with Apache already installed, so it’s as simple as starting up the server. Previously, you could start this using the System Preferences > Sharing panel, but it has been removed from there in 10.9. – OS X Mavericks and Apache

It tells you how to start Apache from the command line. The important part was how to make sure that it gets started when the machine is booted, though:

sudo launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/org.apache.httpd.plist

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