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May
30
comment Apache authentication : allow public access to a subdirectory
Yes, this works, weirdly enough, I still get the password dialog even though the page shows. I need to click the password dialog away though which is suboptimal. Any idea why that might happen?
May
28
comment Apache authentication : allow public access to a subdirectory
Ok, so WHY is this even an accepted answer if it won't work???
Nov
15
comment How can I move my deploy key into vagrant?
This is the way on windows, where agent forwarding doesn't work.
Nov
12
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
Maybe you're not aware of the fact that there are intelligent software developers out there who are by circumstances forced to do things they're not familiar with (sysadmin) but since they have a general affinity to tech, they get stuff, if you explain it to them (in more than 4 lines). SE sites are wikis!
Nov
12
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
I'm not asking you to dumb anything down, I'm asking you to make the answer richer. Explaining your statements and what they mean makes your answer more valuable. Why would you refrain from adding a few explanations when it makes your answer so much more informative for a large number of people who might potentially be interested in it.
Nov
11
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
Thanks Aaron, maybe ammend your answer to be more noob-friendly?
Nov
11
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
For the record. Problem solved with echo 'export PATH=$PATH:/home/vagrant/.composer/vendor/bin' >> ~/.bash_profile.
Nov
11
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
Appreciate your help. I think I'm getting there. I ruled number 2. out for a lack of understanding how path seems to work. When I'm in the directory where the file lives and call it with phing it doesn't work, if I call it with ./phing it works. I did not know there was a difference.
Nov
11
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
Thanks for your help, anways!
Nov
11
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
Ok, I was missing the Control-D part. Seems to work fine. <?= "foo" ?> echoes foo after Control-d.
Nov
11
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
I'd love to :) how do I make it execute it resp. exit the php context again?
Nov
11
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
Is it important to mention that I'm on a vagranted VB?
Nov
11
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
which env shows /bin/env. No idea what that means, though.
Nov
11
comment Despite #!/usr/bin/env php I need to call the file with php, why?
Do you have a 3. ? Beause it's neither of those.
Oct
4
comment How to calculate sendmail throughput
Are you saying that pflogsumm works with sendmail?
Dec
15
comment What are the possible problems, when wget returns code 500 but same request works in normal browsers?
Yes, after all I realize, everyone here was quite right. Once I tried the call with curl I finally got the feedback I needed to realize there was an early error from which the site was able to recover when viewed in a 'normal' browser. wget wasn't able to handle the error but curl output the stack trace.
Dec
12
comment What are the possible problems, when wget returns code 500 but same request works in normal browsers?
"It's a buggy webpage" is NOT an answer as much as "doesn't work" is not a valid error message.
Dec
12
comment What are the possible problems, when wget returns code 500 but same request works in normal browsers?
Yep, I've seen this, of course.
Dec
12
comment What are the possible problems, when wget returns code 500 but same request works in normal browsers?
Well, no, it's not a 'buggy webpage' as such. This is all I can post at the moment. I'm pretty sure it has something to do with a redirect, I read, wget is pretty bad at handling those.
Dec
12
comment What are the possible problems, when wget returns code 500 but same request works in normal browsers?
I will try that but I want to understand and fix the problem, not just switch to curl and let it be.