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revised What is the difference between a soft (symbolic) link and a hard link?
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comment Using telnet in shell script
If I execute this, I get some garbled output, but the command doesn't exit. Does someone know why?
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accepted Apache: How can I restrict access to a directory while the whole server has lower restrictions?
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comment Apache: How can I restrict access to a directory while the whole server has lower restrictions?
@Shane Madden: Alright, thanks for your help.
Apr
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comment Apache: How can I restrict access to a directory while the whole server has lower restrictions?
@Shane Madden: Yes, it would be possible to use a <Location> block. However, the Apache documentation clearly states: "It is important to never use <Location> when trying to restrict access to objects in the filesystem.". I was trying to follow this advice, but if it is not possible I'll have to live with that.
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comment Apache: How can I restrict access to a directory while the whole server has lower restrictions?
@Shane Madden: Done, see question.
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comment Apache: How can I restrict access to a directory while the whole server has lower restrictions?
This Apache acts as a reverse proxy for a lot of web servers on other, internal servers. Therefore, there has to be an access restriction on the whole server. So <Location /> has to contain permission settings.
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