I this video tutorial I’m going to show you how to install a new site using the new version of PilotKit.
Coming Soon on PilotKit It has been a while since our last official newsletter. A lot has happened to PilotKit and we are super thrilled to tell you about it. When we created PilotKit we had only developers in mind so we built our product around that idea, but with time we understood PilotKit could […]
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In order for PilotKit to work without issues sometimes you will need to reset its permissions. This might be caused by a new OS update or a system change, but changing and fixing the permissions for PilotKit is very easy and straightforward. Instructions and Guide Watch the tutorial (video) What can wrong permissions do? Prevent new […]
Thanks for using PilotKit, we have dust-off some corners and now PilotKit is full of shine. This release enhances functionality and performance of your PilotKit services. Download today and enjoy a better PilotKit experience.
You can change the user and group the Apache process runs as from the default _www on your OSX machine which normally comes with limited permission and with no shell access. If you open Activity Monitor Application, and search for “httpd”, you will see apache is running under _www, in my case is running under […]
Forbidden 403, You don’t have permission to access / on this server. This issue can be caused by several things, such as wrong permissions or missing configurations on your httpd file. Open your terminal and copy and paste the following (enter your computer password when promoted): View the code on Gist. Then open the following […]
1. Stop the mysqld server. Typically this can be done by from ‘System Preferences’ > MySQL > ‘Stop MySQL Server’ 2. Start the server in safe mode with privilege bypass From a terminal: Type the following: View the code on Gist. 3. In a new terminal window: Type the following, line by line: View the […]