Well it was fun while it lasted. For the past few months, there was a link on developer.apple.com that pointed back to my tutorial on enabling the default PHP installation that ships with Mac OS X. This generated a huge spike in my site traffic, and I got lots of positive feeback from the Unix-challenged regarding their successful forays into this unknown realm of their system’s backend. Well, it looks like they replaced the link with some of their own detailed instructions on how to download, install, and configure from source. These are good instructions at the developer.apple.com site, and it includes some great examples on using PHP with XML files. For those that still just want to enable the basic, simple default configuration enabled and don’t want to touch the command line interface, my instructions are still available here.