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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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asked MULTI: bad source address from client - any one-off solutions?
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comment Apache SSHA password support
Unfortunatelly, I haven't.
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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comment Apache SSHA password support
This could help in conjuction with mod-authnz-external, but requires some development and testing to implement the password checking functionality. I may give it a go if I don't find any out-of-the-box solution.
Jun
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asked Apache SSHA password support
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awarded  Yearling
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answered where should my index.html be? django
May
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comment Virtualization platform for older hardware (non Intel-VT/AMD-V)
As I didn't wan to spend much time on the setup (the old severs won't be around for much longer) Virtualbox proved to be the best option. When combined with phpvirtualbox (code.google.com/p/phpvirtualbox) it makes an excellent free solution for running VMs on older boxes.
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Virtualization platform for older hardware (non Intel-VT/AMD-V)
Apr
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comment Connecting to a web server in putty
The destination is the address/name and port of the server you want to connect to. So you will need to fill example.com:80 (HTTP) or example.com:443 (HTTPS) for accessing the web server running on example.com.
Apr
25
comment Manage cron to clear cached directories
Just create a single shell script that does the job and place that in cron. The different locations you want to clear could either be included in the script or be read from an external file.
Apr
25
answered Connecting to a web server in putty
Apr
25
comment Is it common for a web server to have 2 IP addresses?
Yes it is common. IMHO, you shouldn't even be asking. The second addres could be used for anything (including not being used at all). You should probably spend more time understanding your old server setup before setting up the new one. If there isn't anybody around to ask you will have to take the time and examine yourself the old server settings in as much detail as possible. Whatever people tell you here will be mostly guesswork since we don't know your setup.
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Apr
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answered Local and remote servers with different Linux distros?
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