Category: OSX

  • Mac OSx High Sierra Homebrew switching between PHP@7.2 and PHP@5.6

    Homebrew recently deprecated the repo as of March 31st, 2018. So, how do you install PHP@5.6, and/or PHP@7.2 (or @7.0, or @7.1, these are untested, but I assume will work). I work on some legacy sites, that require switching between the versions.   So, lets run through this… I’m going to assume you cleaned…

  • Autel maxitpms pad on a mac? Yes, and no.

    Can you run Autel MaxiTPMS Pad on a mac? Directly, no. Through virtual box, yes. Install virtualbox and Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack, both from: Download the windows 10 trial image/iso/dmdk/ovf, which is free, from Microsoft. linke: After you’ve unzipped the image Double click the ovf to launch it with virtualbox. Ensure you add USB…

  • rsync target permissions and ownership

    Add these flags, to set the target permissions, and ownership –chmod=a+rwx,g+rwx,o-wx –chown=OWNER:GROUP the chmod is 774.    

  • xdebug.ini with phpstorm

    [Server xdebug.ini file] xdebug.remote_enable=true xdebug.remote_connect_back = On xdebug.profiler_enable=1 xdebug.profiler_output_dir=”/tmp” Zero config phpstorm xdebug mode will now work.     [Ensure your router isn’t blocking xdebug] Port Trogger is turned on Trigger port: 80/tcp Incoming port 9000/tcp OR Set your local machine as the DMZ OR Port forwarding

  • mac ports php rsync version not default

    You have a mac, and you’ve discovered that you want to install later versions of software that aren’t default on the Mac.   Say, python 3.x, a newer version of PHP, curl, rsync… etc. you’ve installed them, and they reside nicely in /opt/local/bin but whenever you’re in the shell, they aren’t being used… what gives?…