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bio website linkedin.com/in/serneum
location Cleveland, OH
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LANGUAGES: Java, C, C++, C#, Objective-C, Lisp, Oz, Perl

WEB: PHP, XML, HTML

DATABASING: Microsoft SQL Server , MySQL, Access

OFFICE: Word, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint, Outlook

IDE: Eclipse, JCreator, NetBeans, Code::Blocks, Visual Studio, Dev-C++

PLATFORMS: Windows XP/Vista/7, Ubuntu, Kubuntu, OpenSUSE, Mac OSX

Most of my programming work is done in Java and C. I also enjoy learning other programming languages in my spare time.


Apr
25
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
22
awarded  Student
Jan
25
awarded  Scholar
Jan
25
accepted ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
Jan
25
comment ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
Got it working by doing Allow from all temporarily. Downside is that no css, etc appears on the page, but that is whole separate issue that I will look at on my own. Thanks.
Jan
25
comment ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
Side note, mydomain.com points to my external IP and not localhost. I've tried changing the localhost:9090 to my ip:9090 but with no success. Is the "Allow from" and the "localhost"; next to the ProxyPass relative to the server or relative to what is trying to access it?
Jan
25
comment ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
Same issue as before, I have no idea how to install mod_proxy and a2enmod mod_proxy says that mod_proxy does not exist. I'll keep looking for how to get those 3 mods so that I can get things to work. That being said, I do have proxy, proxy_http, and ssl running right now. If those are what I need, then this solution still seem to not work. I get a Forbidden message which I assume might be related to that "Allow from 127.0.0.1" but I'm not entirely sure
Jan
25
revised ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
Added vhosts. Cleaned up code. Genericized app name in vhost
Jan
25
comment ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
I had undone most of my changes in order to get a clean slate before asking for help. I just added the /etc/apache2/sites-available/default file I have and I added the Proxy stuff at the end based on what I had seen at various other sites/searches
Jan
25
revised ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
Added vhosts
Jan
25
comment ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
Set what up? The ports? The ports are all set up through the UI of their respective programs and I'm looking for a way to avoid having to type in the ports when accessing each application on my server. I can dig through the applications to see what I can find, but the ports are usually just stored in a config.ini file
Jan
25
revised ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
Clarification
Jan
25
awarded  Editor
Jan
25
revised ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port
Genericized names to avoid bringing unrelated traffic through web searches and to avoid any debates on the programs that were listed
Jan
25
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
25
asked ProxyPass: Redirect directory URL to non-standard port