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I'm a Systems Administrator. Whoo!


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answered How do I redirect al url request using htaccess when I already have rewrite rules?
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comment OpenLDAP 2.4 and Mac OS X Local Directory
I was only ever able to get #/Users/$uid mapping to work. So, it was not ideal.
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revised NGINX Drupal Redirect for Mobile
Clarity on what I want to happen...
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comment NGINX Drupal Redirect for Mobile
I basically have nothing. Nothing I've done works. All I could post is what I've tried. I have a Drupal Site, and a page called /mobile-home exists. All I want is when a user on an iPhone or iPad or Android phone connects to the site, I want them to be redirected to the /mobile-home . However, my statements have done that and redirected to m.site.org/mobile-home, but it fails and the error log says /var/www/html/drupal/mobile-home doesn't exist. Which, again, true, and figure this correlates to it being Drupal.
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comment Messages being bounced (postfix & gmail mail servers)
@gparent Would this be an accurate guide ubuntulinux.co.in/blog/ubuntu/…
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comment Messages being bounced (postfix & gmail mail servers)
Right, but I don't want to pay money to create an e-mail account that can then send e-mail from it-- when these are just simple verification e-mails, which my server should be able to generate and can -- unless the other person has their own private domain.