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awarded  Popular Question
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Oct
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comment Linux: Route subfolder to different port
I do not have an appache server (yet).
Oct
14
comment Linux: Route subfolder to different port
Thanks for your answer. I have found that, but it does not solve the path issue: .../jira --> JIRA
Oct
14
comment Linux: Route subfolder to different port
I will check out a HTTP proxy for my system. Thanks for your answer.
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Oct
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comment Linux: Route subfolder to different port
Thank you very much for downvoting my question without telling me a reason, so I can stay in the comfortable state of innocence
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asked Linux: Route subfolder to different port
Jun
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accepted vsftpd: ECONNREFUSED with “allow_writeable_chroot=YES”
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comment vsftpd: ECONNREFUSED with “allow_writeable_chroot=YES”
You both were right. I had a starting problem and now vsftpd sais: "500 OOPS: unrecognised variable in config file: allow_writeable_chroot". So, how can I chroot users in their home directory AND give them write permission?
Jun
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accepted UBUNTU: ftp-server cannot change directory when user logs in
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comment UBUNTU: ftp-server cannot change directory when user logs in
I thought, that I did exactly what you describe with the commands mentioned above. Didn't I?
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