I've got images which have problems displaying. Images displayed by a php request. After inverstigating, it seems that images and html code seems to mix together.
Has anyone already seen that?
Using: Debian Etch + Apache 2.2.3 + MySQL + PHP5 + Mediawiki
|locsmif||z, heh, cool you found your solution|
jlhenry, are you sure you aren't seeing the result of parallel requests in a sniffer dump?
firefox will request a picture while it is parsing a html page you know..
|jlhenry||locsmif, I got the file with png and html by downloading the image with a browser|
|jlhenry||locsmif, you would like to try?|
you should see here a catpcha image
|Kenman||I am trying to find a list of supported timezones to set in an .htaccess, i.e. SetEnv TZ America/foo...anyone have a list they can point me to?|
|locsmif||oh, a captcha. no sorry, i oppose captcha's.|
|jlhenry||locsmif, ? have you got a better solution?|
locsmif, my server got attacked so much during last days that I search for protections
|locsmif||jlhenry, there's bound to be someone here that will help you. Sorry.|
|locsmif||(not that i like spam)|
|Knat||I think that my hosting account is being comprimised, Im protecting an admin section with a .htaccess file, and it looks like someone is getting in, can someone look at this http://dark-code.bulix.org/obgnbh-33880?raw and tell me if it looks right|
its my .htaccess file
|Kenman||does it really have <path> for AuthUserFile /<path>/.htpasswd ?|
that is the path to the .htpasswd file
does it look ok?
|Kenman||from what I can tell but I'm no expert, I'd wait for a 2nd opinion|
or you can check out http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/howto/htaccess.html#auth
|sexygirl153||issue with mod_rewrite under 2.0.52 going out of sync on a RewriteMap, lock file not appearing to be being created. anyone experienced this?|
|jpeg||sexygirl153: best IRC nick ever, dude. But sorry, no.|
|megaspaz||jpeg: you not in a-h?|
|jpeg||megaspaz: the access list must be borked|
jpeg: give it a go
|Alumin_||what do I need to have in VirtualHosts.conf to make it so when I go to a virtual host, its name appears in the location bar instead of being replaced with the "main" hostname? I have a <VirtualHost> block with ServerName and ServerAlias defined, but apparently that's not enough...I also have a <NameVirtualHost *:80> directive which corresponds to the <VirtualHost *:80> blocks I'm using|
(and just to be sure, "apachectl graceful" is enough to apply the addition of a virtual host, right? doesn't have to be "apachectl restart" I assume)