Enterprise works very nicely as a production CMS that users of the system can use to ship content such as articles, images, videos and audios to Web sites (and other destinations for that matter).
If you have been looking at any of the bits that I have put up regarding MacPorts on my Mac you have a pretty good idea that the following is true (at last on my machine):
1. Standard Apache2 that ships with Mac OS X 10.6 is not used by me
2. Apache/PHP is installed on my machine and the installation location is: /opt/local
The ‘htdocs’ directory is at /opt/local/apache2/htdocs’
The problem with my dev environment is that I could not get Drupal to work when installed into the /opt/local/apache2/htdocs directory.
The admin page would work but digging deeper into the site would result in nodes displaying only raw code.
Ugh. Ugly. I got around it by installing Drupal into the standard Mac location but I wanted to install Drupal into my ‘/opt/local/apache2/htdocs’ directory.
How to accomplish this?
After much digging around I found that adding the following directive to the httpd.conf file addresses the situation:
Allow from all
Drupal now works just fine.
Make sure to check your installation and settings for security, etc.