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answered MULTI: bad source address from client - any one-off solutions?
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comment openvpn list all active certificates
@lobi Well, I looked around and found some openssl-*.cnf files containing database = $dir/index.txt in the [ CA_default ] section. I'm guessing that's where it is specified. It was like that by default, I didn't change anything except the "vars" file.
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comment Serve emails from a folder structure using dovecot
Thanks, but that's exactly the kind of thing I'm trying to avoid...
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comment How can I define a mime type in nginx for tar.bz2 or tar.gz files?
@CMCDragonkai not really, I just used application/x-bzip2 bz2; and application/x-gzip gz;
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comment How can I define a mime type in nginx for tar.bz2 or tar.gz files?
Hmm, I haven't tried it yet, and seems convoluted, but I guess it could work.
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comment How can I define a mime type in nginx for tar.bz2 or tar.gz files?
I don't have that note in /etc/mime.types, but I can see some logic in it. So that means *.tar.gz & co should probably be identified as application/x-tar. Still, that leaves 2 questions: 1. How to define the mime type in nginx? (Not all gz's are tars) and 2. What's the mime type of foo.gz? Is it necessary to extract the file to determine it?
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