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Apr
22
asked Using phpfarm to install multiple versions of php on Ubuntu behind a proxy
Feb
14
asked I frequently get E: Unable to fetch some archives, maybe run apt-get update or try with --fix-missing?
Nov
12
awarded  Teacher
Nov
12
answered Remove an apache alias subdirectory
Nov
12
comment Remove an apache alias subdirectory
Yeah, thanks, I thought of that too. I switched browsers, and even tried another PC. It's definitely still live.
Nov
12
comment Remove an apache alias subdirectory
As mentioned in the question - I restarted apache. There's no hint of the alias in the config file now. so there's not much to provide, but I've added what I did to the question
Nov
12
revised Remove an apache alias subdirectory
Added config files before and after
Nov
12
asked Remove an apache alias subdirectory
Aug
27
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
17
awarded  Supporter
Jul
17
asked Passwordless psexec on windows
Mar
25
awarded  Editor
Mar
25
revised Multiple paths in php.ini open_basedir on Windows
expanded question in the hope this won't earn me yet another tumbleweed badge
Mar
21
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
17
asked Multiple paths in php.ini open_basedir on Windows
Oct
11
answered xDebug on Zend Server CE under Windows XP
Oct
11
comment xDebug on Zend Server CE under Windows XP
Thanks - unfortunately I'm using php 5.3.1, so that's not much use, which is why I mentioned the link above. I'm going to try to upgrade Zend Server as there's a new version out - to see if it's been compiled with a more suitable compiler. I'll report back here when I have.
Jun
23
awarded  Student
Jun
23
asked xDebug on Zend Server CE under Windows XP
Apr
27
comment Disable mod_security on Dreamhost, for a single cgi script
Yup, it seems there's been an upgrade to the apache and mod_security versions they're using, and .htaccess files can no longer disable it = i'd have to disable mod_security for the whole domain. Tried that on a subdomain, and everythign "just worked", so it's defeinitely that....so I've hacked it all a bit to work cross domain, and all is good (if not ideal). Thanks anyways.