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comment Puppet directory environments and the $environment variable
@ewwhite Yup, required in 4.0. Upgrade to 3.7 and watch the deprecation warnings fly ;)
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answered Puppet directory environments and the $environment variable
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comment Why Apache is delivering .htaccess files
You likely have a higher precedence section, like a <Location>, allowing access to the files. Can you provide the simplest possible version of the "full" configuration, with other relevant server-wide sections and a virtualhost section?
Oct
17
comment Are XMPP certificates different than “regular” ones?
@tofutim Yes, as long as the subject name (or an alternative name) is appropriate for the hostname you're trying to use it for.
Oct
17
revised In response to the OpenSSL Poodle vulnerability should I disable SSLv3?
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Oct
17
comment In response to the OpenSSL Poodle vulnerability should I disable SSLv3?
@cypres I think the change in question title from the edit threw you off - the "No" is in response to the original title question, which has been moved to the body, of "Will this disable HTTPS on our website completely?" I've edited to make that clear.
Oct
17
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
16
comment PXE-E53 Linux Error: No boot filename received. Can that be a link issue?
What DHCP options is the PXE client getting?
Oct
16
comment mdadm RAID6 to RAID60
@Sammitch Good point, that'd be a great option as well.
Oct
16
comment mdadm RAID6 to RAID60
@ewwhite Yup. Added some bold-italic.
Oct
16
answered mdadm RAID6 to RAID60
Oct
16
revised In response to the OpenSSL Poodle vulnerability should I disable SSLv3?
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Oct
16
answered In response to the OpenSSL Poodle vulnerability should I disable SSLv3?
Oct
9
answered Puppet dashboard
Oct
9
comment Apache alias works in browser, but does not work while trying to access via svn client
So, any other config involved? /var/www/html/var/www/svn/myrepo shouldn't work, so unless that path exists or you have more aliases somewhere (....htaccess?), something doesn't add up.
Oct
9
comment Apache alias works in browser, but does not work while trying to access via svn client
www.example.com/var/www/svn/myrepo works? Your docroot is /var/www/html not /, and that doesn't match an alias, so it shouldn't work - that would be looking for a file at /var/www/html/var/www/svn/myrepo. Is there other config involved? What's the output of apachectl -S?
Oct
9
comment Apache alias works in browser, but does not work while trying to access via svn client
What URL are you using to access the repo from the SVN client when it's not working?
Oct
7
comment Two domains one ssl
Well, before we go too far down that road - what you're trying to solve for is getting the "backend" reverse proxy traffic, from the abc123.com server to the abc123blog.com server, encrypted - correct?
Oct
7
comment Two domains one ssl
@DanielMcGraw What OS are your servers on? They should have a self-signed cert by default.