The day I picked up my iPhone 5S was a very exciting day. I had taken all the correct steps in backing up my old device so that after a quick restore-from-backup (which turned into half an hour), I was right at home on the new hardware.
Setting up OS X Server has never been easier. Neither has upgrading OS X Server. In this article, we’ll look at upgrading a Mac from OS X 10.8 running Server 2 to OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) running Server 3.
Lion Server comes with a basic web service with a default site. So you get that up and running, and you’re all wanting to use your Lion Server as a testing environment for several local sites, not just a single site (i.e with virtual hosts) . It was a bit of a pain for me to get that set up. Googling around to figure out how to do it resulted in me finding bunches of people complaining about how Snow Leopard was better for such things. I eventually figured it out, though, and pieced the instructions together here:
Installing MAMP and running WordPress locally on your Mac is a simple task, however I was unable to find any good documentation while I was attempting to do it for the first time which made it seem really difficult. My goal with this tutorial is to help you download MAMP and WordPress and have them up and running in 15 minutes. Let’s get started…
With the Server app, you can host websites that you’ve created with web tools outside of Lion Server and copied onto the server Mac. You can replace Lion Server’s built-in site with your own, or you can add one or more sites.
Replacing the default wiki-based website is easy. Just use the same host domain name as the default and be sure to assign your Mac’s IP address to the new site. You don’t have to change any DNS settings.
If you want to run both the default site and your own, be sure to use a different domain name for the new site. Your DNS server will need to be configured to have the domain name resolve to the server IP address. With either option, the files for the default site stay in place and are not deleted.
To publish a custom website, either replacing the default site or adding to it, do the following:
Leica makes some undeniably gorgeous cameras; but look what happens when it brings on board John Ive, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Design and noted industrial designer, Marc Newson. The Leica M is all anodized aluminum textures, leather detailing and laser machined parts.
The color scheme is mostly different shades of gray, with the only patch of brightness being the Leica logo in red. The overall effect is quite stunning as you can see from the pictures. The camera will be auctioned off on November 23 at Sotheby’s New York, as part of the Product RED charity campaign.
American Apple Inc. plans to launch a new version of the iPad tablet during a presentation, which will take place on the 22nd of October, Bloomberg reported, citing an informed source.
The company will demonstrate the new model of the device with a standard 9.7 inch wide -screen TV, as well as a smaller version of a improved mini iPad. The first will be even thinner and the second will be equipped with a high-definition screen, similar to the one used in the new iPhone. At the same time, presentation of a new operating system for the PC called Mavericks and launching of the desktop Mac Pro will take place.
The fact that Apple has planned to hold the presentation on the 22nd of October, was reported earlier by the edition AllThingsD. Representative of Apple, Trudy Muller declined to comment.
Apple has released the gold master (GM) seed of OS X 10.9 Mavericks to developers. That means, unless any show-stoppers are found in the build, this is the one that'll be pushed out to customers everywhere later this month.
If you're a developer, head on over to the Mac App Store and update away. If you're not a developer, hang tight, it's almost here!
Registered Apple Developers have received invitations to download the final beta build of OS X Mavericks from the Mac App Store, as the company prepares to unleash the software to the public.
OS X Mavericks Developer GM seed carries the build number 13A598 and is labeled as “a pre-release version of OS X Mavericks.”
“To get OS X v10.9 GM seed, download from the Mac App Store using your download code,” Apple tells developers.
Scheduled to launch this fall, OS X Mavericks is the tenth major release of Apple’s desktop operating system and brings a host of new features, including iBooks and Maps for the first time on the Mac, Finder tabs and tags, enhanced notifications, iCloud keychain, and much more.
Developers looking to download the GM seed of OS X Mavericks must visit the Apple Dev Center with their credentials in hand.