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Jul
5
comment mount an hard disk as www-data (for webDAV), access it with the normal user
(sudo chown janesconference:janesconference /var/lock/apache2/DAVLock seemed to do the trick)
Jul
5
comment mount an hard disk as www-data (for webDAV), access it with the normal user
@DSkowronski: yeah, but if I do, webDAV fails saying Could not open the lock database. in apaxche's error.log
Jul
5
comment mount an hard disk as www-data (for webDAV), access it with the normal user
No, I didn't. That answers question #1. Thx!
Jul
5
asked mount an hard disk as www-data (for webDAV), access it with the normal user
Mar
8
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Mar
8
accepted Using iptables to redirect according to pattern-matching (--string)
Feb
24
comment Using iptables to redirect according to pattern-matching (--string)
mod_rewrite does not work with external processes. I could use the server on 80 as a proxy for the server on 4444, but this would mean an http connection between the two. I'm streaming a lot of data, and that would hinder performances in a serious way.
Feb
24
comment Using iptables to redirect according to pattern-matching (--string)
When I test this rule from an external server, though, the connection is perfectly successful (netcat returns with its control string from port 80). Shouldn't it be disrupted? Shouldn't the packet with the http GET eventually forwarded to 4444 and NOT to 80, preventing netcat on port 80 to receive the GET and answer me?
Feb
24
asked Using iptables to redirect according to pattern-matching (--string)