Not a question. Simply sharing some personal notes (no warrantees or etc. buyer beware! (and back up each file before you touch it!)):
a) You've been using Apache's vhost on your Mac to enable local
.devURLS within your
b) You've just upgraded to OS X 10.11 El Capitan
c) You've found that it's "broken."
Well, happily, the "cure" is mostly found here:
But after that if you try loading a .dev page you'll probably get a server 500 error. As revealed in the site error logs (
/private/var/log/apache2/yourlocalsitename), you'll also want:
Remember to uncomment these additional two lines in httpd.conf
LoadModule rewrite_module libexec/apache2/mod_rewrite.so LoadModule php5_module libexec/apache2/libphp5.so
Since Statamic needs both
.htaccess and php!
Finally, YYMV, but I had to go into Terminal and blast permissions wide open via "
sudo chmod -R 777 each-sites-top-level-directory (Yeah, you can tweak that down a bit, but I didn't want to fiddle with it.)
And that finally did it for me.
Oh, and if you are using localhost (based in
/Library/WebServer/Documents), just delete the
index.html.en that El Capitan tossed in there, along with the two companion
.gif files of OS X logos, and you're good to go!