Create PHP Configuration File on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

By deptz, Fri. March 1, 2013
Categories: mac, PHP related
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After installing and configure Apache, PHP, MySQL on OS X 10.8 Mountain lion, there is an error (warning) about date timezone on PHP because there is no timezone selected. After googling for a while, i didn’t found a solution.

PHP Configuration

PHP Configuration

 

Then i ask xikyu46, he replied that i should create a configuration file on default directory. The default configuration directory is located at /private/etc/. Create php.ini file. Set the timezone. And done.

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