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comment passenger-status - ERROR: Phusion Passenger doesn't seem to be running
@MichaelHampton ok, done.
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comment Can wget convert links within a local html document?
Can you serve also the images? Using symlinks you can link to a foo/ directory with images, so your localhost path mimics that in relative src paths. Or you can edit html files and place base tag with appropriate href attribute in <head> section.
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comment Can wget convert links within a local html document?
I am afraid not. Wget do not support file:// scheme. --input-file is only to read many urls conveniently in a batch manner.
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comment How do I alter the Last-Modified header on NGNIX?
Ok, I've got it. I failed at greping previously, If I've done it recursively I would have found it. Thanks for walking me through it.
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comment How do I alter the Last-Modified header on NGNIX?
Ok, I'm greping source for identifiers that you are talking about and I've found none of them. I've got things like ngx_http_headers_out and others. We are talking about two different nginx versions. I've got 1.0.4, and what is yours?
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comment How do I alter the Last-Modified header on NGNIX?
Good to know, could you point me to a file ? Is it in src/http/ngx_http_header_filter_module.c ?
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comment How do I alter the Last-Modified header on NGNIX?
I've checked it with curl -D and after adding add_header Last-MOdified ""; to my nginx.conf, Last-Modified header is no longer there in dump file.
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answered How do I alter the Last-Modified header on NGNIX?
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comment passenger-status - ERROR: Phusion Passenger doesn't seem to be running
I've found it! Thanks to your comment. I was blind before. The log entry was about unable to start watchdog because its executable path does not exist. The one of many sites had PassengerRoot set to old path and old version of passenger. And that was causing a problem. Thank you!
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comment passenger-status - ERROR: Phusion Passenger doesn't seem to be running
No, nothing related to passenger. I've updated my question, though.