|sebas_||thumbs: the last version for ubuntu feisty|
|HugoG||thumbs: I want to listen and intercept requests for certain resources on port 80, but leave unmatched requests untouched, instead of replying with Forbidden.|
|thumbs||sebas_: that tells me nothing.|
|sebas_||what should I tell you?|
|thumbs||what firestarter does.|
as I asked you.
HugoG: ok, only listen on the ports you want apache to give out answers to.
HugoG: you can have multiple Listen directives.
|crazyal||thumbs: thanks it seemed to work. I had to put the ServerAlias first, then the admin.mydomain.com and then the mydomain.com. That sequence|
as separate virtual hosts of course
|MrPunkin||hey guys, im trying to get all the proxy modules in 2.2.4 to be loaded as shared, what config options do I need for this?|
|HugoG||Do you understand my dilema, thumbs? I want apache to answer a request for, say, 127.0.0.1 on port 80; yet do nothing if 127.0.0.2 is requested _on that same port_. Instead, it replies with a forbidden code page.|
|thumbs||127.0.0.2 is not a valid IP.|
|HugoG||Pick a valid one, then... :-p|
|thumbs||HugoG: use allow and deny directives then.|
allow from IPA, Deny from IP B
|HugoG||Then... Oh, my... Then it'll reply with forbidden! Forbidden!|
|arreyder||MrPunkin you need to build: proxy proxy-http proxy-connect proxy-ftp|
|HugoG||I'd like it to do nothing, to make the browser -- or other things -- think there's no enabled server.|
|arreyder||if you really want them all|
|thumbs||yes, it will, HugoG|
HugoG: you can't.
HugoG: you can't have your cake and eat it too.
|HugoG||I've been told that already; but, for a slight moment, you, thumbs, made me think I could have a perennial cake all for me. It's your fault!!! :-p|
|thumbs||HugoG: ok. Leave me alone now.|
|arreyder||I have a perennial cake and get to eat it once a year.|
|redrain||Is there any channel I can ask my questions about .htaccess/redirects?|
|thumbs||redrain: ask here|
|redrain||thumbs, I've asked already, but anyway my problem is this simple redirect: RewriteRule ^get.php?p=([0-9]+)$ /?pg=posts&id=$1 [R] I get a 404 error for get.php|
|fajita||rewritelog is http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/mod/mod_rewrite.html#rewritelog http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/mod_rewrite.html#rewritelog. Use this logging to help design and track rewrite; see also rewriteloglevel; and cannot be used from .htaccess|
|thumbs||redrain: check the log, and see if your rule gets matched.|
|redrain||thumbs, apache's error log gives only this: script '/home/redrain/www/portakal/get.php' not found or unable to stat|
|thumbs||not the error log. The rewrite log.|
|redrain||thumbs, Where can I add RewriteLog directive. I've tried both .htaccess file and server's conf file. Both failed|
|fajita||RewriteLog may be used in the following contexts: server config, virtual host|