#apache - Sun 18 Mar 2007 between 00:00 and 00:13

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maxotrelly: in my .htaccess file though I have: Deny from all
and also: Options -Indexes
the non-secure server takes it into account, but the ssl server doesn't.
trellyare you requesting use of a .htsaccess file?
maxotrelly: I've tried .htsaccess .htaccess.ssl and .sslaccess but none of them have any effect
yangowad: use only one NameVirtualHost *:80, not five.
wadum....
Oh yeah, I do only have one. I have 5 <VirtualHost *:80> blocks.
Good catch. :)
yango02:50 < wad> I do have 5 NameVirtualHost *:80 directives.
wadyango, I said it wrong.
yangostop lying!
:P
maxo: you are probably looking the wrong way at the wrong problem... have you taken
wadwellll... technically "lying" is stating a falsehood with intent to deceive. I merely mis-stated with benign intent.
yangomaxo: step one?
fajitaNo matter what the problem is, step one is to look in the error log
trellyyango and wad - the best apache problem resolution team on cable irc
wadlol
chye-fhuthehe
reminds of "tango and cash"
maxoyango: what's step one?
fajitaNo matter what the problem is, step one is to look in the error log
maxoah ok
wadThat's actually step zero.
logs are friends.
yangostep zero
fajitastep zero is to insert a Linux or BSD CD
yango:P
maxothe problem is, it's a shared server, and I don't have access to the logs
yangogarbage
fajitatry putting junk in your htaccess file. If it's being read, you will get an Internal Server Error when accessing that resource.
yangohttps should make no difference
with regard to the readable-ness of .htaccess
maxohere's the problem though. my site is as a virtual host. so we have http://mysite.theserver.blah/ . but on the ssl server, it's as https://theserver.blah/mysite
and the .htaccess files are read fine on the http:// address, but totally ignored on https://
yangodid you try putting foobar in the .htaccess and access it through https?
maxoyango: yes, and it works fine on https, and brings up an error on http://
yangomaxo: then the https vhost may have allowoverride none
trellyif you don't have access to the logs you can't have access to be editing any apache conf file

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