Every small business owner, webmaster, software developer or system administrator is bound to come across a steady stream of ideas, methods, code snippets, and so on, which can make their lives a little easier. This site is my attempt to capture a few of these as they fly by me, in case they might be useful to someone else, and in case I want to re-visit them myself.
The general intention to set up a site like this has been bubbling around in the back of my mind for years now, and it’s about time I finally got on with it.
The impetus to get on with doing it came when I decided to make the change from a WHM/cPanel hosting environment to a Mac Mini running OS X Server. Although I’ve been an Apple user and programmer since the last 1970s, and although I’d been running websites on a Linux box for more than a decade, the combination of the two — Macs hosting websites — was entirely new to me. As such, I found myself needing to document what I was doing with the new server at far more than the usual level of detail. Since I never did find anywhere on the web to guide me through the sequence of steps I wound up taking with OS X Server, it seemed like a good occasion to finally launch this site and write about the server setup in a way that could possibly be useful to someone else.
So, here we go — starting with a look at hosting websites on a Mac Mini.
What’s up next? We’ll have to wait and see…
All material on this site is carefully reviewed, but its accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and some suggestions offered here might just be silly ideas. For best results, please do your own checking and verifying. This specific article was last reviewed or updated by Greg on .