KDE3

kde-3.5.10.mpkg

Conclusions:

A startup item has been generated that will aid in starting apache2 with launchd. It is disabled by default. Execute the following command to start it, and to cause it to launch at startup:
sudo launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.macports.apache2.plist
Note: apache2 installs files outside the common directory structure.
Note: php5 installs files outside the common directory structure.
To customize php, copy
/opt/local/etc/php5/php.ini-development (if this is a development server) or
/opt/local/etc/php5/php.ini-production (if this is a production server) to
/opt/local/etc/php5/php.ini and then make changes.
If this is your first install, you need to activate PHP in your web server.
To enable PHP in Apache, run:
cd /opt/local/apache2/modules
/opt/local/apache2/bin/apxs -a -e -n “php5″ libphp5.so
To start KDE, put
“exec $SHELL -l -c /opt/local/bin/startkde”
in your .xinitrc
If you have problems, refer to /opt/local/share/doc/kde/README

A startup item has been generated that will aid in starting apache2 with launchd. It is disabled by default. Execute the following command to start it, and to cause it to launch at startup:

sudo launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.macports.apache2.plist

Note: apache2 installs files outside the common directory structure.

Note: php5 installs files outside the common directory structure.

To customize php, copy

/opt/local/etc/php5/php.ini-development (if this is a development server) or

/opt/local/etc/php5/php.ini-production (if this is a production server) to

/opt/local/etc/php5/php.ini and then make changes.

If this is your first install, you need to activate PHP in your web server.

To enable PHP in Apache, run:

cd /opt/local/apache2/modules

/opt/local/apache2/bin/apxs -a -e -n “php5″ libphp5.so

To start KDE, put

“exec $SHELL -l -c /opt/local/bin/startkde”

in your .xinitrc

If you have problems, refer to /opt/local/share/doc/kde/README