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comment Allow access to one directory when all others require authorisation
@DavidGard I'm not sure why your <directory> rules aren't working. I copied your rules and they worked for me. The difference I have is that I don't have a slash at the end of the directory path
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revised What is muieblackcat?
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answered Can not Login to phpmyadmin “Cookies must be enabled past this point”
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revised Can not Login to phpmyadmin “Cookies must be enabled past this point”
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comment Apache: SSLCertificateKeyFile: file does not exist or is empty
I should point out that I got this error message from the basic mistake of running service apache2 restart instead of **sudo** service apache2 restart... note to self: sudo make me a sandwich fool
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comment Too many MySQL processes
@Lauer thanks for the prompt - link updated
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comment How to start/stop iptables on Ubuntu?
I think some of the confusion comes from articles like this: cyberciti.biz/faq/turn-on-turn-off-firewall-in-linux which only applies to Fedora/Red Hat and does claim that you'd find it in /etc/init.d/ it (un)helpfully is the top link you get when googling 'turn off iptables ubuntu'.