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There are IncludeDir and IncludeFile options available from RHEL/Centos 6.5: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/6.5_Technical_Notes/net-snmp.html


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Remove the Satisfy All directive or change it to Satisfy Any, as is not needed because you're not using authentication directives for the directory .


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There's a nice summary of the difference between ChallengeResponseAuthentication and KbdInteractiveAuthentication at http://blog.tankywoo.com/linux/2013/09/14/ssh-passwordauthentication-vs-challengeresponseauthentication.html - summary is that ChallengeResponse often ends up just asking for password (but insists on it being supplied interactively). ...


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Just going to quote from my working Postfix configuration: smtpd_sender_restrictions = permit_sasl_authenticated, permit_mynetworks, reject_unauthenticated_sender_login_mismatch, permit Note that this allows authenticated users to send mail with any FROM address they wish. If you want users to be able to send mail only with ...


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You can use Include for this. It's the correct way to chain together several files.


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I would put them in a separate class, e.g. "wildcard_ssl_", and probably include that from both of 'webappX' classes, or maybe from both profiles instead.


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Ended by doing ssl redirection in application level Route::filter('check.ssl', function() { $segment = Request::segment(1); if ( ( $segment == 'secure') && ( !Request::secure() ) ) return Redirect::secure(Request::getRequestUri()); else if ( ( $segment != 'secure') && ( Request::secure() ) ) return ...


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CheckNonce is part of mod_manager config, you can set CheckNonce Off in your Apache mod_cluster config. Eg: <VirtualHost *:6666> <Location /> Order deny,allow Deny from all Allow from 10.33.144. </Location> CheckNonce Off .... </VirtualHost>


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I would like to add to the previous answers that the most important is not how you call the directories (though that is a very useful convention), but what you actually put in nginx.conf. Example configuration: http { include /etc/nginx/conf.d/*.conf; include /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/*.conf; include /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/my_own_conf; ... } ...


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As of Ansible 1.9, the value for key can be a url, obviating the need for curling the url via the shell module. Example: - name: Add my SSH key authorized_key: user=jeffwidman key=https://github.com/jeffwidman.keys



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