#apache - Fri 9 Mar 2007 between 09:44 and 10:22

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pctonystanojr: you still alive there, or do I need to be calling the emergency services?
actionpctony guesses stanojr is asleep already :-)
pctonyguesses stanojr is asleep already :-)
fajita: wake stanojr up
fajitapctony: I have no idea.
pctonybe george
fajitashe would like to have her printers thet where on here cpu on her laptop,"she would not tell me which printers whe wanted added,and she would not let me try to walk her threw the proces off installing
stanojrpctony: nono, i am here :), actually i try something, my public_html is symlinked to direcotry /data/web/user, but it doesnt matter, here is all <Directory> from httpd.conf http://apache.pastebin.ca/387569
actionvice-versa hands fajita a grammar checker
vice-versahands fajita a grammar checker
fajita: bot snack
fajitavice-versa: :)
gnubeWhere does one put a rewrite directive in apache2?
I wrote what I thought was a correct rewrite directive but it is not working.
Here is the condition: RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} ^Java
And here is the rule: RewriteRule ^/$ /glossary.html [L]
r2bitis it ok, that LA-U:REMOTE_USER matching doesn't work if i use "Satisfy Any" ?
pctonyvice-versa: that is the whole idea of george
fajita: george
fajitapctony: george is http://chroniclesofgeorge.nanc.com/ - Behold the Chronicles Of George!
pctonyvice-versa: look at that ^^ it is very funny indeed
gnube: __>
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.
gnubepctony, Ok
I have a bunch of spiders in a specific directory, all passing "Java .*" as a user agent string. I want to redirect them
So I am using mod_rewrite in apache2
I edited apache2/sites-available/default and put the above rewrite condition and rule under document root, but it does not seem to work upon testing.
The error logs show no errors, apache restarts without syntax issues, and the access log says 200
what have I done wrong?
me wonders.
oberthaving one index.html in the vhost, how to don't load it when i point my browser to that url?
pctonyobert, if you have it set you cant make it not load
stanojrpctony: i found a solution for my problem, "AllowOverride Options=All,Multiviews", when i set only Options, default is All without Multiviews, bug in apache ?
pctonyno
expected
stanojrbut not compatibile with apache 2.0 :)
gnubeWhere does one put a rewrite directive in apache2?
botmindcan i ask apache-php compilation question?
gnubebotmind, Are they Ubuntu related? If not you might want to try #php or #apache
pctonythis is #apache
fajita#apache is a meritocracy. or "If you don't want to be helped, we'll push the solution down your throat"

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