#apache - Fri 9 Mar 2007 between 04:29 and 04:35

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pctonyand he was offending others to im sure
threat2am I an idiot too? for asking that <Directory> question?
pctonyI didn't see that
ask it again, please
threat2pctony: ok, I have a directory
pctonyreally? just the 1?
;)
threat2I want authentication for it, I then have sub directories that need certain groups to be able to edit the contents in it
pctonythreat2: ok
threat2I know how to setup webdav on the parent directory
pctonyagh your using webdav
threat2I am just not sure how to enforce certain groups for write access on the sub-directories
yes
is that bad?
pctonyok, by default a <dir> block is recursive
so it's setting will apply to child's
with me so far?
J-_can someone help me with, apache2: Could not determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 127.0.0.1 for ServerName. Not sure what to do. I go to restart apache and that comes up.
threat2ok
pctony: I knew that :)
pctonyCould not determine the server's fully qualified domain name
fajitaTake a look here for a better idea of how to fix this problem --> http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/Errors/CouldNotDetermineServerName
pctonyJ-_: look here ^^
J-_shoot, 127.0.1.1 i ment
k
pctonyeither way, look at that article I wrote
J-_thanks
fajitaNo worries
pctonys/I/I helped/
J-_haha
ftexcomhi
threat2pctony: is this valid?<Directory> dav on\n etc etc require valid-users etc. etc. <Directory "/dir/subdir"><Limit PUT POST DELETE PROPFIND PROPPATCH MKCOL COPY MOVE LOCK UNLOCK>require group woot</Limit></Directory></Directory>
ftexcomis there anyway of accesing vhosts with something like http://ipoftheserver/directoryofthevhost?
pctonythreat2: what you can then do is in a <dir> block fo rthe sub dir's is require-group
threat2: that looks ok, but for future info please use a pastebin
:)
ftexcom: can you elaborate on that please?
elaborate?
fajitaYou make no sense, try to rephrase your question and elaborate on what you want, what you tried, and what didn't work (paste the error message you see in the error log, usually named error_log or error.log). Also tell us what platform you are on and what version of apache you are using.
threat2pctony: yep :)

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