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  1. I'm running FMS on OS X 10.9.5. It's serving forty databases, one of which is served to the web via custom web publishing. Everything is running smoothly but the campus security auditor is picking up a vulnerability with the old version of OpenSSL running on OS X 10.9.5's Apache. I addressed this on a different, non-FMS Mac by disabling Apple's bundled Apache and using MacPorts to install Apache2. How to do this on my FMS 11 Mac? Just getting MacPorts to install Apache2 is the first problem as port install apache2 fails with a conflicting ports message. I assume this is because the existing Apache is blocking installation of the new version but how to stop the existing one? I tried turning off web publishing in the FMS admin console but port install still fails with the familiar conflicting ports message. Even stopping the web server with Mark Banks' FMSControl didn't help. I therefore have a couple of questions: How do I stop the existing Apache so MacPorts will install Apache2? Once I have Apache2, how do I get FMS11 to use it instead of Apple's bundled Apache1? Thanks Colin
  2. FileMaker Server uses Apache on OS X, and edits the configuration file ( /private/etc/apache2/httpd.conf ) and enables apache. This means that if one is running filemaker server, one is (usually) running apache. The new 'shellshock' bug would seem to be a concern in this situation. I'm running a few OS X servers that have FM Server and Apache running. I've decided to stop apache this morning until I understand the risks. Background on shellshock : http://web.nvd.nist.gov/view/vuln/detail?vulnId=CVE-2014-6271
  3. We have a CWP website that is successfully hosted remotely. We have a brand new Mac Mini Server with FMS 12 installed. Everything seems to be jiving correctly, API calls work, etc. We are moving this site to our internal server for modifications/testing. However, throughout the site, the previous programmer(s) used a lot of $_SERVER['document_root'].'/PathToIncludeFile' syntax to specify includes and requires. This is not working properly on the internal server. When the $_SERVER['document_root'] is called I get this: "Failed opening required 'cms/db_cms.php' (include_path='.:/Library/FileMaker Server/Web Publishing/publishing-engine/php/mountain lion/lib/php')". As you can see, the include path is completely wrong and looking into the FM install, not the website root. I have spent many hours trying to resolve this issue. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!!
  4. FM 12 Server with XAMMP (Apache)

    Hi everyone First of all thank you very much to all members of FMForums that allow valuable help solve problems and increase our knowledge base about Filemaker Pro Well, I have installed Filemaker Server 12 Advanced (V 12.04.405) on my computer running Windows 8 Pro (8GB Ram, AMD Phenom X4) and XAMMP (Apache, MySQL, PHP, etc..), Is that in another post said that not supported, but it works for me well, you just have to ignore the error message to install and works. I have read on the internet that you could tell FMSERVER work with Apache instead of IIS, making some changes to the Apache configuration file (httpd.conf), such as: # Add FileMaker Web Publishing # Include "C :/ Program Files / FileMaker / FileMaker Server / Web Publishing / webconfiguration / WEB-INF / conf / mod_jk.conf" This second lei works for earlier versions of FMSERVER but not for 12. Could someone tell me how I can resolve this?, Thanks for your valuable help.
  5. Guys: I found this tutorial http://www.fmwebschool.com/resources...pache_FMS9.pdf explained how to configure FMS with apache using tomcat connector. After configure it, I was unable to launch Apache (I'm using wampserver) do to this error: httpd.exe: Syntax error on line 491 of C:/wamp/bin/apache/Apache2.2.17/conf/httpd.conf: Syntax error on line 9 of C:/Program Files (x86)/FileMaker/FileMaker Server/Admin/admin-helper/WEB-INF/conf/mod_jk.conf.txt: Could not open configuration file specified. Obviously apache is considering the file mod_jk.conf as a TXT files, nor as a CONF file. In FMWebschool tutorial, files appears saved as CONF files (Fig.7), but there is no way to save them as CONF files in windows(at least, I couldnt).... Anyway, please note they specified to create them as text files in their tutorial, so I dont understand at all!!! Is anybody familiar with this procedure?? I really appreciate any help with.. If I can finally start this process, I'll place a better tutorial. Process looks good, but they missed a couple things make this almost impossible for us to configure. thanks in advance, Gabe

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