I have a Mac workstation which is shared between two users, User°1 who first installed the machine, and User°2 who came along after, both administrators. User°2 has installed Drush using
brew and Acquia Drupal and all this works very nicely. However, when User°1 tries to start Acquia Drupal he just gets an alert box saying that the Apache server failed to start - nothing shows up in the Apache error logs (the MySQL server starts ok though). I can't help thinking this is something to do with permissions, but no idea where to look.
So user n°2 has installed MAMP and that all works ok except for one thing: running Drush. Here is an example:
imac:~ martinknapp$ drush @eco pm-info views_bulk_operations Extension : views_bulk_operations Project : views_bulk_operations Type : module Title : Views Bulk Operations Description : Provides a way of selecting multiple rows and applying operations to them. Version : 7.x-3.1 Date : 2012-12-03 Package : Views Core : 7.x PHP : 5.2.4 Status : enabled Path : sites/all/modules/views_bulk_operations Schema version : 6002 Files : plugins/operation_types/base.class.php, views/views_bulk_operations_handler_field_operations.inc Requires : entity, views Required by : admin_views Permissions : none Configure : Aucun(e)
It appears to be running PHP5.2.4 (which I believe is almost certainly the reason I am constantly getting errors on db objects).
I've done everything I can to get this working, in particular by using the alias command like so:
alias drush='/Applications/MAMP/bin/php/php5.3.27/bin/php /usr/local/Cellar/drush/6.2.0/libexec/drush.php'
but all to no avail.