Categories: Apple, Command-Line, Mac OS

Chris Manning


php.ini will need to be set for “utf-8” you can find it in /etc

I like pico so did the following, don’t forget to backup files before making major changes.

sudo pico /etc/php.ini

Then I uncommented the line, I found it by using “Where Is” then to restart Apache

sudo apachectl restart

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