#apache - Tue 13 Mar 2007 between 23:09 and 23:46

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hexidigitalis it possible to add more than 1 port in <VirtualHost *> ? my damn isp blocks 80, and my virtual hosts aren't working properly from outside
gidzhexidigital: well you can add one..
*:1337 or whatever.. :P
<VirtualHost *:1337>
but you need the same value in NameVirtualHost
thumbshexidigital: foward port 8576 to port 80 internally, then
if your router is actually capable of doing that
hexidigitalwell, i'm hosting on 8088, but 80 internally
thumbsso what's the problem?
hexidigitalinternally, my virtualhosts work, but on a different port, they don't
they are directed to my www. page
huizachehello
thumbshow about defining two vhosts?
hexidigitalalthough i didn't try changing the port for <VirtualHost>... be back
huizachei have a .htaccess question, been reading docs and all but am a newbie
thumbsquestion
fajitaIf you have a question, please go ahead and ask it. We will not beat it out of you
thumbsask it before you pound you with the manual
hexidigitalheh.. i feel so stupid now... thanks for your help anyway, guys
huizachewould like to know how to overide .htaccess rules in a lower directory, i would like to overide all the /foo/.htacess rules in /foo/oof/.htacess
I have a '/foo/.htaccess' with 'RewriteBase /' + 'RewriteEngine on' + several 'RewriteRule' and 'RewriteCond'
I cannot tamper with that file
JeffATLiam8up: in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf, i have "LoadModule proxy_module /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_proxy_html.so"...
iam8upJeffATL - ls -l /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_proxy_html.so
can apache read it?
JeffATLiam8up: but before that, i have "AddModule mod_proxy.c" and i think it's supposed to be "AddModule mod_proxy_html.c"
huizacheand have a '/foo/oof/.htaccess' with other options-rules; but they get in conflict with '/foo/.htaccess' ones; how can i disable '/foo/.htaccess' in '/foo/oof/.htaccess' ?
JeffATLiam8up: yes, apache can read it but not write it, it seems
iam8upi wouldn't think it needs write
JeffATLiam8up: naah - i still get "Can't locate API module structure `proxy_module' in file /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_proxy_html.so: /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_proxy_html.so: undefined symbol: proxy_module
"
iam8upJeffATL - did you compile it? may wanna look here... http://www.google.com/search?q=undefined+symbol%3A+proxy_module&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a
eriscois there a flag in mod_rewrite to PRESERVE the mime-type? Or does the mime-type only come after the file has been served up?
for example when someone requests page.html and I redirect to page.jpg I want it to still say text/html
huizachestupid FAQ question? or not clear enough?
JeffATLiam8up: looking at that list traffic (specif. hhttp://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-java/2006-April/005063.html), things seem improved, but see the current situation: ttp://rafb.net/p/YJ98vs17.html
iam8upJeffATL - i don't play with any adding/removing modules really..sorry
huizachemmmta
eriscohow well can you rely on mod_rewrite for security?
thumbsthat entirely depends on your definition of security, erisco

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