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Mar
12
answered php redirect pages under folder to different domain
Mar
11
asked php redirect pages under folder to different domain
Mar
11
answered reverse nslookup fails for single machine
Feb
25
comment reverse nslookup fails for single machine
I don't know if there is a PTR. When I add windows machine to the domain reverse lookup works, does that indicate the presence of one? I don't have admin access to the domain, and yes .222.44 is a Windows DNS.
Feb
25
comment reverse nslookup fails for single machine
nope, same result
Feb
23
asked reverse nslookup fails for single machine
Jan
7
accepted apache2: Require valid-user for everything except “special_page”
Jan
7
revised apache2: Require valid-user for everything except “special_page”
a working implementation
Jan
6
awarded  Commentator
Jan
6
comment apache2: Require valid-user for everything except “special_page”
ahhh, that pointed me in the right direction. Favicon doesn't appear to need authentication or exception, but /icons/* for MultiViews does. Thanks!
Jan
6
comment mysql: how may one change the value of certain records?
thanks squillman. Perhaps preface your answer with [For phpmyadmin] or similar as I've removed that from the question and it now appears out of context, but isn't. sorry for adding confusion!
Jan
6
comment mysql: how may one change the value of certain records?
I removed the phpmyadmin specificity
Jan
6
revised mysql: how may one change the value of certain records?
removed phpmyadmin references, as the solution is not phpmyadmin specific
Jan
6
comment mysql: how may one change the value of certain records?
thanks! that's perfect. I was pulling my hair out. :)
Jan
6
accepted mysql: how may one change the value of certain records?
Jan
6
asked mysql: how may one change the value of certain records?
Jan
5
comment apache2: Require valid-user for everything except “special_page”
I've updated the question to include full details of my current setup
Jan
5
revised apache2: Require valid-user for everything except “special_page”
results of implementing suggested answer
Jan
5
comment apache2: Require valid-user for everything except “special_page”
sorry, I have to retract the accepted answer status. I thought it was working but when I went to a different machine the "popup auth dialog first then show the special page" behaviour reasserted itself.
Jan
5
awarded  Scholar