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asked How Should I Properly Handle Multiple Nginx Location Blocks?
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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accepted Can you please explain substitution in RewriteRule
Aug
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comment Can you please explain substitution in RewriteRule
@sysadmin1138 - thanks for the link. Until I saw the color coded representation my old eyes were not distinguishing between %N (percent sign N) variables which refer to RewriteCond backreferences, and $N (dollar sign N) variables which refer to RewriteRule backreferences. It's all making sense now.
Aug
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answered Can you please explain substitution in RewriteRule
Aug
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comment Can you please explain substitution in RewriteRule
Generally speaking with regexes, $0 refers to the entire match, and $1 would refer to the first backreference. My understanding, from reading the documentation, is that the backreference vars refer to backreferences in the last matched RewriteCond, which does not, in this case, contain any backreferences.
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asked Can you please explain substitution in RewriteRule
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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comment How can I refer to my machine (client) when remoted in to a server via ssh?
I can ssh to the local machine from other machines on the private network, so the ssh service is running
Jan
9
comment How can I refer to my machine (client) when remoted in to a server via ssh?
I tried this and it did not work. The connection times out on the scp command. Is there a good way to troubleshoot the port? This reverse tunnel works from behind a firewall? My machine has a private IP, the firewall does NAT. BTW I used 12345 as the port # in both commands (easier on my old eyes)
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asked How can I refer to my machine (client) when remoted in to a server via ssh?
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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comment Can PowerDNS resolve non standard TLDs?
I am aware of the risks, but the reward is worth it IMO.
Oct
27
comment Can PowerDNS resolve non standard TLDs?
PowerDNS running on an Ubuntu Server. All macs and pcs have the server's ip address as their primary dns.
Oct
25
comment Can PowerDNS resolve non standard TLDs?
@Ladadadada If you can provide any specifics I'd be grateful
Oct
25
revised Can PowerDNS resolve non standard TLDs?
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Oct
25
asked Can PowerDNS resolve non standard TLDs?