#apache - Sat 17 Mar 2007 between 23:34 and 00:30

arooniahh i see
megaspazso debian loads very little... redhat loads everything... yada yada yada
emilylovealright..well..thanks! even though I don't know what fixed it lol. Everything is working fine now *shrug*
wadI'm trying to add an SSL virtual host. I've added "Listen 443" and "NameVirtualHost *:443" and a <VirtualHost *:443> block, but I keep getting this: [warn] NameVirtualHost *:443 has no VirtualHosts
Any ideas?
fajitathinking is *hard*!
actionwad pokes fajita
wadpokes fajita
fajitaOw! Quit it, wad!
jpegwad: only one NameVirtualHost *:443 per config file is required. if you have two, that's your problem.
jpeg: Aren't all the config files kind of stuck together into one large one, though?
so you need only one NameVirtualHost *:443 directive.
wadRight, and I'm fairly certain I only have one.
I do have 5 NameVirtualHost *:80 directives.
maxoI've got a server running on apache on HTTP, but it's also running on HTTPS. With the standard non-ssl site, apache takes into account .htaccess files, which block access to certain directories for example. the SSL site on the other hand doesn't. Is there something like a .htaccess file I can use for the SSL server?
um is what I'm typing appearing?
trellyare you trying the 'i type therefore i exist' thing?
maxotrelly: no sorry, it's just I was having trouble with my connection earlier
wadI can't see anything that maxo is typing.
actionwad ducks
actionfajita quacks+alias ducks='du -cks *
fajitaquacks+alias ducks='du -cks *
maxoI'd really appreciate some help though. At the moment my web server is at risk - I think it's a security risk, because anyone can browse through directories that are usually restricted just by using HTTPS. Apache SSL is basically ignoring my .htaccess files and I don't know why.
trellyremove the 'Options Indexes' from the httpd.conf
engagedhow do i configure perl/apache to include the path to the current perl script in the list of places to look when opening files using relative paths?
jpegengaged: modperl or cgi?
olinuxengaged it's the destination folders permissions that determine if the script can write to them not the script itself
fajitacgi is /http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/howto/cgi.html
jpegdepending on what you're doing, either chdir, specify the full path to the file, or a path relative from the server root.
imMuteengaged: " use lib '.'; "
not really though
or use FindBin; use lib "$FindBin::Path";
jpegthat would work for @INC, but I'm not sure if that's what he's asking.
imMuteengaged: when opening relative files its always taken relative to the current working dir
jpegwhat kind of files are these, engaged? are you trying to use a lib? are you writing to a file? are you printing links to images?

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