On Jan 4, 2012, at 9:09 AM, Richard Quadling wrote:

> Hi.
> Where do I put my php.ini file for a MacBook Air? I've only had it 2
> days and having trouble with the date.timezone setting.

Open terminal


php -i

search for php.ini

you will find it in /etc where is should be on unix.

If you want to keep php up to date and are on Snow (10.6) or Lion (10.7) go to 

> I've also had to install xampp (recommended - no idea about it) for
> Apache with PHP.

Why did you do that?  All you had to do was to edit /etc/apache2/httpd.conf to 
turn on php (and don't forget to tu6n on apache via prefs->sharing->websharing

> Different versions of PHP now installed.
> Default from command line is PHP 5.3.6 with Suhosin-Patch (cli)
> (built: Sep  8 2011 19:34:00)
> The one that XAMPP installed is 5.3.1 and I've found the ini file for
> this is in /Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/etc/php.ini
> How, can or should I upgrade my PHP to a later release? Oh the joy of
> Windows Binaries!!!!

You are on unix. Stuff is usually where it is supposed to be.


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