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Hi there,
I have new Mac Snow Leopard. I did not notice, that there is apache2 and php5 installed, so I have installed it again using MacPorts.

So, now I have both twice...
/etc/apache2 - default apache
/opt/local/apache2 - apache installed through MacPorts

It's easy to uninstall the Mac Ports package, but I would like to keep this version of apache (it's easier to mantain these MacPorts packages) and remove the default apache.

It would be also very nice to connect (Settings -> Web Sharing to start/stop my MacPorts version of apache instead of the default one)

Does anybody know how to manage this ?
Thanks in advance, I'm a nob in Mac world :-D
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I just registered to ask exactly the same question. Did you find an answer?
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