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Sep
10
comment Google Apps BCC all Inbound and Outbound email
I agree that this can be done, but not without the disadvantages you mentioned, particularly replacing part of Google's infrastructure (which is a primary reason to be there in the first place). Thanks for the specific pointers!
Sep
10
comment Google Apps BCC all Inbound and Outbound email
It's included with Google Apps premier edition, BTW.
Nov
4
comment Recommended Server RAM for SQL Full Text Search (FTS)
50,000 records of what?
Oct
8
comment Compile Python 3.1.1 with --enable-shared
Without --enable-shared, readline works in interactive mode. With --enable-shared, readline does not work in interactive mode. Any ideas?
Oct
6
comment Compile Python 3.1.1 with --enable-shared
@Henk: Awesome answer -- thanks!
Aug
4
comment Apache access restriction based on file and directory name
Hey, that's really close. But it's running into the same problem I was having... /_sam/__foo__.txt is allowed. My wheels are turning, however, and I think this is the right approach. Maybe I should wait until morning :)
Aug
4
comment Apache access restriction based on file and directory name
Hi Craig. I believe your suggested rule order would allow /_hidden/__init__.php -- is that true? Regarding the BTW, I appreciate you taking the time to write that, but can assure you that there is a bigger picture that I did not take up room in the post to explain. 99% of our non-http accessible files are completely outside the DocumentRoot, but there are some specific exception (with very good cause) that live inside the document root. Either they are directory level PHP or Python runtime configuration files. Calling this silly would be the same as calling apache's .htaccess silly.
Aug
4
comment Apache access restriction based on file and directory name
As I pointed out in my post, I am using <Directory ~ "..."> which, according to the apache docs, are exactly the same as <DirectoryMatch ...>.