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comment Vcenter 5.5: can't create datacenter
Thanks! Much appreciated. I notice that I'm able to perform these operations with the .net client, as you suggested. I had thought it was a permissions issue -- but it appears to be more an issue with the web client.
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comment OpenBSD, FreeBSD: your update philosophy?
@Hugo - thanks! That's a good point. I'll have to write that into my server build documentation.
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works --- kindof
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comment OpenBSD Apache configuration: NFS mount
It works if I disable run httpd -u ...apache no chroot. Darn.
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comment OpenBSD Apache configuration: NFS mount
I just tried directly mounting it to the directory instead of linking it and it still does the same thing.
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comment OpenBSD Apache configuration: NFS mount
No luck changing the alias. Do you think that OpenBSD's default chroot'd apache has anything to do with this? It did work when I set it to use the "users" configuration where it creates public directories for each user.