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Feb
16
comment Sharepoint with Apache reverse proxy using a subdirectory
Hi larsks, thanks for the answer! I'm surprised at the need to rewrite every single URL. I think that instead of doing this per type of relative URL (since SharePoint generates some of its own), the it would be better to rewrite all relative URLs to be absolute (using apache), and then using those through the reverse proxy. Does this seem correct?
Feb
16
asked How to use Apache to convert relative URLs to absolute URLs?
Feb
16
revised Sharepoint with Apache reverse proxy using a subdirectory
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Feb
16
comment Sharepoint with Apache reverse proxy using a subdirectory
Thank you for the response! We would normally have chosen this path; however, this rule is mandated by the client; we don't have control over it. It's a policy for a large client, and it's just not an option to change this. So, since we're stuck, do you know any way we might be able to make it work?
Feb
15
asked Sharepoint with Apache reverse proxy using a subdirectory
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Feb
11
comment Issue replacing SSL certificate with renewed one on Tomcat 6.0 (using keytool)
When you say to replace the intermediate, does that mean I should just delete it and then import the new one? I can't seem to find a command to specifically replace, and importing to the same one informs me that it already exists (of course). So far, I have my old CA ("intermediateca") and then two verisign CAs that it looks like are now necessary (a primary and secondary?) I imported those as "intermediatecaprimary" and "intermediatecasecondary". However, I still receive the same error.
Feb
11
asked Issue replacing SSL certificate with renewed one on Tomcat 6.0 (using keytool)
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Oct
26
accepted Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
Oct
25
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
Hi All -- Solution found; please see my solution below. Thank you to all for your help in this matter!
Oct
25
answered Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
Oct
25
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
Just to clarify, I'm a programmer and understand the nature of comments. As far as I can tell, every line that begins with "deb" or "deb-src" has not been commented. I've also ensured that the text starts the line (i.e. no spaces before the beginning text, etc.) Also, it allowed me to do the initial update/upgrade, which is the most confusing part of all this.
Oct
24
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
Everyone: I've added some snippets from my sources.list in the hopes that someone may see something amiss there. I'll retype the whole thing if you think it might help, but it seems doubtful.
Oct
24
revised Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
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Oct
24
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
Thanks Ben -- saw the update, it imported the key, ran update and upgrade. Still have the same issue, just not getting the key error now. Still no packages found.
Oct
24
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
@Ben: Ran "sudo apt-get update", all updated except I got a "W: GPG" error for extras: "The following signature couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY 16126D3A3E5C1192". Everything else appears to go fine. after that, I tried "sudo apt-get install gnome-core" and got the error "E: Unable to locate package gnome-core".
Oct
24
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
Also, FYI, I have uncommented every repository line in sources.list that pertains to a repository (i.e. not the text but all lines beginning with "deb", etc.) Same issue.
Oct
24
comment Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Server — apt-get install commands fail
@Steven: it returns "N: Unable to locate package gnome-desktop-environment".