#apache - Tue 15 May 2007 between 00:43 and 02:19

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}btorch{anyone here ?
fajitaNo. Nobody.
}btorch{damn that sucks
:) know anything about rewrite ?
bashusrhello..
fajitahello.. is Hthere any reason why my apache server would be balking on %2F in the url
bashusrmy regex rewrite rule works on my dev server at home 2.x, while it doesn't work on my production 1.3...
[Mon May 14 21:45:55 2007] [alert] [client 71.247.41.186] /hsphere/local/home/inmediap/new.inmediaphoto.com/.htaccess: RewriteRule: cannot compile regular expression '^page/([A-Za-z0-9-\\/._]+)?/?$'\n
can someone help me make it 1.3 compatible?
sorry
fajitaI should think so too
bashusris
is there any different rewrite rules from 2.0 to 1.3?
[Mon May 14 21:45:55 2007] [alert] [client 71.247.41.186] /hsphere/local/home/inmediap/new.inmediaphoto.com/.htaccess: RewriteRule: cannot compile regular expression '^page/([A-Za-z0-9-\\/._]+)?/?$'\n on my production server when my 2.0 dev server does not give any errors...
RewriteRule ^page/([A-Za-z0-9-\/._]+)?/?$ page.php?/$1 is my rewrite rule...
sprinkIs there some way I can modify the "index of blah" page for apache? (only for my user)
bashusrwhat you mean?
you mean change the header and/or footer?
sprinkfor the index of page? yeah I guess, I just wanna mod it a little
bashusryou can just put your own index.html page there
sprinkwell, I know that
iBashUsrlook into modifying the header and footer
google it
you should be able to find something there
googleit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_technology
iBashUsrsweet
sprinkgoogle modifying the header and footer of the index of page
googlemodifying the header and footer of the index of page: http://www.worx.hu/chameleon/tutorials/headerplacement.html
sprinkgoogling for this isn't very efficient
iBashUsrgoogle modifying apache header autoindex page
you just don't know how to google
googlemodifying apache header autoindex page: http://www.webpronews.com/expertarticles/2006/02/20/modifying-an-autoindexed-file-list-to-match-your-sites-design
Schiz0Hey guys (and gals)
I'm trying to set up some logging in apache 2.2.4
error log is goign through syslogd
but the CustomLog doesn't have that option
Would it work to pipe apache's access log into /dev/log and then put a "!apache *.* access.log" in syslog.conf?
I think I read that somewhere on google
I just wanna use syslogd so I can have really strict read/write access to /var/log
nevermind, I finally found a guide online

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