[UPDATED sep 26]
macOS High Sierra is awesome, but unfortunately, it killed my “old style” development environment.
If you are still using the “old” way for development websites (a.k.a., using macOSs own apache2 and brew php), you might want to wait with upgrading to High Sierra; I don’t have a working solution yet.
Continue reading “macOS High Sierra, the magnificent update that killed the development environment.”
Following the footsteps of this TechOrganic blog article but not wanting to require all the authentication factors, just the TOTP in addition to Password authentication, and also running into macOS’ System Integrity Protection, I found a way to get OTP working on OSX 10.6 through 10.11 without destroying automated access with Private+Public KeyPair. Continue reading “SSH + TOTP – Two factor Authentication on SSH with OATH Time-based One-Time Passwords”
Hello, macOS Sierra!
macOS… that name… so… long… ago…
It has been, what?, 11 years? 12? … System 9, that was the last OS to be called macOS. The name change does not change anything regarding the update cycle, although on one of my macs, the upgrade went horrifically bad! I ended up rebooting in Recovery mode and installing macOS from there.
For getting the development enviroment back up, not much to be done!
Apache could not find the default server certificates in
so after correcting those paths in
and restarting Apache, all’s well!
sudo nano /etc/apache2/extra/httpd-ssl.conf
sudo apachectl restart
As always; feel free to comment or ask questions :)