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Nov
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comment Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
@Janne - I've setup the module correctly (the pagespeed.conf file got installed properly), but there is no change / improvement of the website. I'm reading through the instructions on code.google.com/speed/page-speed/docs/install.html) to see if there is anything more I have to do, but those indicate that I am done! Any insights?
Nov
24
revised Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
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Nov
24
comment Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
(embarrassed) I didnt do that! I thought it would pick it up from some standard source... I did that and now it says (see edit 1) - does that look fine?
Nov
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asked Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
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Sep
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asked file utility on linux does not give MIME type for certain m4v files
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Jun
15
comment Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
@lunixbochs - many thanks!
Jun
15
accepted Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
Jun
15
comment Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
(sorry to bother you!)
Jun
15
comment Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
Hmm @lunixbochs - there are some additional factors. The URL being accessed is like: server.com:2104/sessionadapter.por?id=723491 . This should be redirected to: alpha.server.com:80/sessionadapter.por?id=723491
Jun
15
comment Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
@lunixbochs - so I just add another line just before the VirtualHost as you specified and it should work fine...?
Jun
15
accepted Redirecting www.example.com/folder to folder.example.com
Jun
15
accepted DNS setting to redirect abc.example.com properly?
Jun
15
comment Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
@lunixbochs - I already have a Listen MYIPADDRESS:80 up top - what do i do?
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asked Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
May
28
comment Understanding reference to /var/log/wtmp in /etc/logrotate.conf
@lain - sorry to bother you, i've just updated the main question with the full file contents. I'm having difficulty understanding what the rotate 52 in the beginning does as opposed to the one in /var/log/wtmp { }
May
28
revised Understanding reference to /var/log/wtmp in /etc/logrotate.conf
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