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Aug
30
comment Directory deleted after server reboot
I personally use /mnt/backups, /srv/backup is also good. "It depends" is the short answer.
Aug
30
answered Directory deleted after server reboot
Aug
7
answered Nginx dynamic upstream configuration / routing
Aug
4
answered How to map localhost:8009 to external firiendly URL?
Aug
4
answered Website getting reply from old ip
Aug
1
answered apache expires not working for pyramid server
Jul
22
comment NTP is not updating the time in local machine
In that case your question is unclear, and best rephrased.
Jul
22
answered NTP is not updating the time in local machine
Jul
10
comment Detecting in a script whether apache2 root is /var/www or /var/www/html
Indeed unless there is only a single vhost - which you could determine via grep,etc - your best course of action is to add some rewrite/alias rules to cover both cases, or ask the user.
Jul
10
answered Detecting in a script whether apache2 root is /var/www or /var/www/html
Jun
15
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May
18
answered CONFIG_HOTPLUG_CPU=n - kernel panic?
May
17
answered How to automate cleanup of config files from past pkgs as reported by “dpkg -l | grep ^rc”
Mar
13
comment Redirect all subdomains to main domain with lighttpd and regex
Sounds like you need to use curl or similar to see precisely what is happening with the redirection. But I think the code above is correct, and any remaining problems will be Django-issues.
Mar
13
comment Redirect all subdomains to main domain with lighttpd and regex
Updated with an explicit reference to mod_redirect, and tested on a simple host. Should be OK now.
Mar
13
revised Redirect all subdomains to main domain with lighttpd and regex
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Mar
13
answered cannot access apache from internet
Mar
13
answered Redirect all subdomains to main domain with lighttpd and regex
Jan
13
revised Nginx redirecting domain to port 8000 with a 301
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Jan
13
comment Nginx redirecting domain to port 8000 with a 301
That output looks suspiciously like it was called from wordpress - so I'd check on the settings there, if you installed it when running on port 8000, before updating DNS, then it'll remember that ...