I am trying to set up a MacBook Pro running OS X Leopard 10.5.6 as a webserver to do some php development on during the coming holidays.
The server software is apache 2.2.9, with php 5.2.5
No matter how I try, i can't get sessions to work.
Inspecting the phpinfo page showed the entry for HTTP_COOKIE to be missing, which i assume is why sessions won't work.
Any ideas on how to remedy this ?
Compiling yourself is not a daunting a task as it may seem.
Minimally, you may be able to download the PHP source for the version of PHP installed as the Mac Default and compile the gd and mcrypt packages
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