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PhD student in Computational Biology,
University of York, UK.


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accepted How do I reattach to Ubuntu Server's 'do-release-upgrade' process?
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comment Apache directive for authenticated users?
I'd hope the last 999 auth requests would use the LDAP cache, which seems generous enough under default settings. Still, would be nice if it only needed to authorise a user once per session. Only just seen mod_session... Do you think that could help me out here?
Dec
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comment Apache directive for authenticated users?
Aren't Basic auths all in the Headers? And the re-directs too, right? In this instance, I'd like to keep it that way, without having to write any extraneous HTML or CGI scripts...
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revised Apache directive for authenticated users?
add further info
Dec
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comment Apache directive for authenticated users?
That would explain the number of authentication requests I have in my logs.. I've set LogLevel = debug and am using a departmental LDAP backend. I have no web UI though; this is merely for directory browsing, akin to FTP. I'll add my <Directory> config, but there's no custom HTML or login page involved
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asked Apache directive for authenticated users?
May
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comment The rights needed to change a AD LDAP password
Have you looked at the schema information for Domain Admins? There's probably privilege declarations in there which you could use as a template for designing your own ldap schema. That should do what you want, but "it's not for the faint hearted"
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revised Kerberos & localhost
explain what was wrong.. Not sure if I'll do that again...
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comment Kerberos & localhost
Ah, yes. Always the host file :) I'll update my question with what I did wrong, and you're totally right; it was the host file! Thanks!
May
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answered Xming fails to display Quartus II 9.0
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answered The rights needed to change a AD LDAP password
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asked Kerberos & localhost
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comment Deploying play! 2.0 application on an apache server with a reverse proxy
That's an IPv6 port, and your Apache process is proxying the connection through to the IPv4 localhost port. In firefox, you should be able to access this with the address http://[::1]:9000, but that won't help your proxy issues. Either reconfigure the proxy to point to ::1, or update your play app to listen on IPv4.
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revised How do I reattach to Ubuntu Server's 'do-release-upgrade' process?
added the resolution that worked for me