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comment .htaccess redirect umlaut domain
And is it safe to assume that you've tried with: frankfurter-flh%C3%A4he\.de/$ without the NE tag?
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comment .htaccess redirect umlaut domain
Did you add the space after NC, NE? That might cause the 500 error. I removed it from the answer. It might also be [NC] [NE] - Not really sure. I will run some tests later if you don't get it working.
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comment .htaccess redirect umlaut domain
I updated my answer to use the NE flag instead.
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answered .htaccess redirect umlaut domain
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revised Postfix not delivering mails
Added some code highlighting to make it easier to read your question.
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comment How to boot with RAID 1 in GRUB rescue?
Try to follow the instructions from this other post: superuser.com/questions/117824/…
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revised Registry settings for disabling autocomplete options in IE8
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comment Am I uninstalling, installing Mysql the right way?
You should be able to just call the aptitude reinstall command. If that fails, remove it and start all over.
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answered Am I uninstalling, installing Mysql the right way?
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comment OS X 10.8: Symlinking ~/Sites folder?
You should not be required to change the Home directory permissions. Is apache running on the same user as the one that owns ~/Sites? You should be able to use any folder you wish, aslong as you the Apache user owns the folder, and has the required permissions. What error are you getting?
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comment OS X 10.8: Symlinking ~/Sites folder?
~/Sites is not a OS X folder, but a folder you've created. If you want apache to host content from there, make sure the apache user owns the ~/Sites folder, and it has the necessary permissions to use this folder. Do you use MAMP?
Aug
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revised OS X 10.8: Symlinking ~/Sites folder?
Added formating for paths, to make it easy to read.
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comment Ubuntu Apache2 - restrict access by IP address
You could just include a simple php file that makes the check on all pages, or use a framework or page loader CMS, with a specific rule to request log in, if not from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx IP.
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suggested suggested edit on OS X 10.8: Symlinking ~/Sites folder?