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What's the best way to test new themes?

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@Traumflug said in What's the best way to test new themes?:

A local installation is just fine for testing. sudo apt-get install apache2 libapache-mod-php mysql and one has a fine web setup accessible via http://localhost/. These webhosters use the same software, after all.

Do I just open terminal and enter that command? I would like to create a local installation but I'm on a Mac and have already attempted MAMP & MAMP PRO. It's not for me.

Is there any alternative?

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@Traumflug said in What's the best way to test new themes?:

A local installation is just fine for testing. sudo apt-get install apache2 libapache-mod-php mysql and one has a fine web setup accessible via http://localhost/. These webhosters use the same software, after all.

@Traumflug I entered the command and was prompted for and entered password.

Terminal displayed:

sudo: apt-get: command not found

What can I try next please? It seems I'm so close.

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sudo: apt-get: command not found

Obviously you have no Debian/Ubuntu based system, so I can't help much. Googling terms: LAMP (Linux), MAMP (Mac), perhaps even WAMP (Windows)

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