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Software developer for PHP applications. I also grok Perl and C/C++.


Jan
27
comment mod_security block requests by http-host header
+1 Nice one. We're going with --string "GET /announce" though, to cover the actual request.
Jan
27
awarded  Editor
Jan
27
revised mod_security block requests by http-host header
Disregard this edit
Jan
27
suggested approved edit on mod_security block requests by http-host header
Jan
12
awarded  Custodian
Jan
12
reviewed Approve Include via wildcard in unbound.conf
Jan
11
awarded  Scholar
Jan
11
accepted Include via wildcard in unbound.conf
Jan
11
comment Include via wildcard in unbound.conf
Why didn't I check that out first... Thanks for the obvious, though. I shall now use this version of unbound to resolve the address unbound.net and download a more recent version of it. Thanks again.
Jan
11
asked Include via wildcard in unbound.conf
Dec
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awarded  Supporter
Nov
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awarded  Constituent
Nov
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awarded  Caucus
Dec
25
awarded  Commentator
Dec
25
comment apache: virtual hosts point to one host all the time
I'm glad that helped. Maybe you'd like to answer this question yourself then?
Dec
24
comment apache: virtual hosts point to one host all the time
Then check the access logs for each domain. If not so configured, then do this. It should tell you whether or not a request actually reaches the vhost and more importantly what the HTTP response code is.
Dec
24
comment apache: virtual hosts point to one host all the time
What's the output of /usr/sbin/apache2ctl -t -DDUMP_VHOSTS?
Nov
25
answered How to limit login attempts to Subversion?
Feb
10
comment Alternative to having directories with 777 permissions
@Orbling 1: Thanks for the vote. 2: Personally, I distinguish between administrators setting up the environment software runs on and "webmasters" maintaining the software.
Feb
10
comment Alternative to having directories with 777 permissions
@Orbling Setting up suPHP is a quest of its own and also related to administrators than webmasters (?). I think the questions is better placed here...