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Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
29
accepted Backup strategy for eCryptfs
Jan
29
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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comment Almost All apache VHOSTs go to the default “It Works Site”
You might get more useful answers, if you post your question to Serverfault.com. That place is more dedicated to server related questions.
Sep
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answered Permissions on ubuntu
Jul
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awarded  Taxonomist
Jan
17
accepted How can I add config options for a specific hostname outside <VirtualHost>?
Jan
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comment How can I add config options for a specific hostname outside <VirtualHost>?
Hm. I think I'd rather drop the management web frontend than forking Apache. Seems like less trouble... Thanks!
Jan
15
comment How can I add config options for a specific hostname outside <VirtualHost>?
At the moment I'm trying to move as much as possible from .htaccess files to the config. Also, I'd like to specify custom log files and stuff. So, thanks for the answer, but in my case it doesn't apply unfortunately.
Jan
14
comment How can I add config options for a specific hostname outside <VirtualHost>?
Actually, I'm forced to use a management software, that puts user-defined config options in front of VHost statements in the main httpd.conf. I could circumvent this by manually editing httpd.conf, but then I'd lose all advantages of the web frontend that comes with the tool.
Jan
14
comment How can I add config options for a specific hostname outside <VirtualHost>?
Unfortunately, if it'd be only a wish, it could be simply revised. I have a piece of management software, that puts the Vhost statements at the end of httpd.conf, while allowing user-defined directives just above them.
Jan
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asked How can I add config options for a specific hostname outside <VirtualHost>?
Oct
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awarded  Commentator
Oct
11
comment I just did a chmod -x chmod
@Phil Hannent: I've seen that slideshow too, just three days ago, so it was my first thought, if the OP was one of the applicants there.
Aug
24
comment Backup strategy for eCryptfs
@Luke: s/network/intranet/, if that's clearer. The owner may use it outside the intranet, too. And then, no backup will be made.
Aug
23
comment Backup strategy for eCryptfs
The problem that I see immediately with this approach is: User A travels with the notebook, but is close to never logged in "at home". User B gets the notebook, when in reach of the share. Then A is never backed up, while B is. This is not a common scenario at ours, but it is reasonable to assume it will occur over time.
Aug
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awarded  Promoter
Aug
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asked Backup strategy for eCryptfs
Mar
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comment Mysteriously empty $_POST array
@haavee: No, PHP advertises this usage: php.net/manual/en/faq.html.php#faq.html.arrays
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awarded  Teacher