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Dec
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asked Rewriting subdomain.domain.com when other 'subdomains' exist
Dec
22
comment How does pointing a CNAME on my domain to a service-provider's server enable them to offer customized services?
Ahh [slaps hand on forehead] - that makes sense!
Dec
22
accepted How does pointing a CNAME on my domain to a service-provider's server enable them to offer customized services?
Dec
22
comment How does pointing a CNAME on my domain to a service-provider's server enable them to offer customized services?
Any idea of what I would have to do to 'pass' that host header parameter to my script?
Dec
21
comment How does pointing a CNAME on my domain to a service-provider's server enable them to offer customized services?
Very interesting - so if I wanted to setup something like this, I'll need to specify something mapping this host name as a parameter to my script (in my httpd.conf)
Dec
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asked How does pointing a CNAME on my domain to a service-provider's server enable them to offer customized services?
Dec
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accepted Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
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answered Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
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revised Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
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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
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revised Installing mod_pagespeed (Apache module) on CentOS
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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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asked file utility on linux does not give MIME type for certain m4v files
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comment Redirecting http://www.server.com:portX to http://subdomain.server.com
@lunixbochs - many thanks!