#apache - Sun 20 May 2007 between 03:08 and 00:29

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fp-hi all
fajitaAll is not in today, fp-
fp-this sounds like a stupid question, but has anyone seen that temporary page that sometimes appears on apache servers with the big flower pot
i'm looking for it
it's an under construction page
FauxFauxO_o
brad`any mod_perl coders here?
i'm trying to access data from an OutputFilter in my cleanupfilter
Randomwith mod_rewrite, how do i force e.g. all requests to http://www.example.com/ go to http://example.com/
actionDaveman hugs fajita
Davemanhugs fajita
fajitaBack off, freak.
Daveman:O
CapriSkyeRandom, redirect
mantahi all, anyone here?
imMutenope, were all dead
mantawell ok then
need to ask a question of someone living
Supaplexfajita: ask
fajitaIf you have an apache related question, please go ahead and ask it. We will not beat it out of you. We won't bite you either, at least until we get to know you better
mantahaha
cool
alexander1_majmun: are your rewrites defined in .htaccess or httpd.conf?
majmun.htaccess
fajita.htaccess is used for apache config directives - if it is not readable, apache can't use it - if you don't want to use htaccess at all, then set AllowOverride None in httpd.conf or http://httpd.apache.org/docs/configuring.html#htaccess or http://httpd.apache.org/docs/howto/htaccess.html or or see htaccess purpose
majmuni may also write it into the configuration directly
alexander1_majmun: RewriteRule ^([0-9A-Za-z_-]+)/?$ /$1.php
majmun: if you define your rewrites in httpd.conf, you must add a slash after the caret (RewriteRule ^/([0-9A-Za-z_-]+)/?$ /$1.php)
majmunawesome!
thank you!
FBSoulManI have an error in my apache2.conf file (Ubuntu 7.04 server) that stops apache from loading:
Invalid command 'UserDir', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration
this appears in the console when I do /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
what did I change? I tried to enable user directories per http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/howto/public_html.html
nothing appears in error.log
majmunalexander1_: is it possible to modify this directive, so that i can add <Files *.php>Deny from all</Files>
jpegyou need to load the mod_user module. Ubuntu makes it difficult.
FBSoulMan: look in /etc/apache2/ - there are two directories, mods_avail and mods_enabled.
FBSoulManI copied apache2.conf and httpd.conf from another Ubuntu machine which already had the changes I wanted applied. I wanted to add to apache conf for Nagios and enable user directories.
majmunbecause that configuration just rewrites internaly, but i'd like that users are unable to access somefile.php, just "somefile", which does the same as somefile.php
jpegthere's also a script called a2enmod that you're supposed to use to enable apache mods on ubuntu/debian

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