Little Tech Reminders

Apple Hints UNIX Web Development

I often perform the same tasks over and over and yet forget some little thing. This post is a reminder for me.

General Apple hints.

Mac OS X Server hints, aka Industrial Strength hints.

  • Don’t change Mac OS X Server’s IP 😉
  • When installing SSL certs on OS X Server (at least in 10.3 and below), if you change the cert file location from anything but the default, you will also need to change it in all your sites or Mac OS X Server will not be able to restart apache.
  • Apple: “Well Known” TCP and UDP Ports Used By Apple Software Products
  • Server Monitor not working after a clone? Make sure it is by adding: hwmond:respawn:/usr/sbin/hwmond # Hardware Monitor daemon to /etc/watchdog.conf

Tutorials and general resources.

Web development hints.

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