|mattpat||Could someone help me to interpret a couple of RewriteRules that I'm not familiar with?|
RewriteRule . - [L]
Any clue what the period and dash represent? Logically speaking, I'd expect the period to represent any single character, but what sense would it make that, for instance, mysite.com/a is redirected to... a dash?
|Drakan||I don't think there's an error log for my problem ;]|
Ok, here's my problem.
|bahumbug||that's a good problem to have|
|Drakan||I can access the apache server via the network, and it's registered with DNS (dyndns). The URL is http://thornburgfr.ath.cx, but nobody can seem to connect. All ports are forwarded correctly, and there's no error log for it|
Like, I go to type in thornburgfr.ath.cx and it sends me to the webpage, on any of the computers on the LAN.
But nobody can access it via Internet
Even by typing in the straight external IP, no access
but, FTP works...
|fajita||thinking is *hard*!|
|bahumbug||so you need to fix your networking. and get an ISP that dosn't block http|
|Drakan||Ok, so it's my ISP blocking port 80 D:|
Any way of changing it, and not having to type thornburgfr.ath.cx:81
just typing thornburgfr.ath.cx
|jpeg||afraid.org will do that for you. not sure whether it's a free service or not.|
|fajita||afraid.org is probably what you want for port redirection services|
|bahumbug||why not try another port first, to test the hypothesis|
|Drakan||I've got it at dyndns|
basically same thing, right
afraid.org will make the record point to an alternative port, I hear.
|Drakan||lol, no it's not working at all...|
|bahumbug||that implies proxying.|
|synatxx||i added ssl on my apache but whenever i restart apache it ask me for a passphrase how can i remove that so i can start apache without issuing the passphrase?|
|megaspaz||afraid.org does port redirection for free|
dyndns i think charges for that service...
|fajita||buggered if I know|
|megaspaz||syntaxx: sslpassphrase dialog|
|fajita||sslpassphrasedialog is Ehttp://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_ssl.html#sslpassphrasedialog|