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revised max-age=0 sent by browsers despite headers modified everywhere
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comment max-age=0 sent by browsers despite headers modified everywhere
You are right. Pasting the url from another page displays (from cache) in the chrome console... You know, I had read something about that. A guy suggested to just press enter in the url instead of pressing f5, to prevent that behavior, but it didn't work for me so I had left that aside. But this time I just tried to browse "normally" and it worked.
Jun
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accepted max-age=0 sent by browsers despite headers modified everywhere
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revised max-age=0 sent by browsers despite headers modified everywhere
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asked max-age=0 sent by browsers despite headers modified everywhere
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May
12
comment How to create a symbolic link without using ln?
thanks for your input
May
12
comment How to create a symbolic link without using ln?
Yes, this is indeed more logical to proceed so even though the other answer was correct too.
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May
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comment How to create a symbolic link without using ln?
interesting, it regroups with what the others said.
May
10
comment How to create a symbolic link without using ln?
I adjusted the flags. Thank you
May
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revised How to create a symbolic link without using ln?
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May
10
comment How to create a symbolic link without using ln?
@CristianCiupitu maybe, what is it? cat is disabled... actually everything was.
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asked How to create a symbolic link without using ln?
Feb
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comment How to protect server against brute-forcing of http authentication?
There's indeed a apache-auth.conf file that may match my needs but a massive grep -r did not show any result for that file. I conclude that it does not appear anywhere. How can I be sure the rules of that file are used?