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comment Apache(2.4.7) LDAP URL authentication on ubuntu 14.04
The browser cache of one page which is already successfully authenticated affects the other site by not asking for authentication again. It's working now, full path is the key(and clearing the browser cache of other successfully authenticated site).
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comment Apache(2.4.7) LDAP URL authentication on ubuntu 14.04
Still wanted to know why it's not working with Require all granted. Any idea?
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comment Apache(2.4.7) LDAP URL authentication on ubuntu 14.04
I tried with the full path /var/www/html/mediawiki before but replaced order allow,deny & allow from all with Require all granted to completely use 2.4 features. This caused apache not to show authentication box. It's working now full path is the key though.
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comment Apache(2.4.7) LDAP URL authentication on ubuntu 14.04
Let me change the post with the complete path.
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comment Apache(2.4.7) LDAP URL authentication on ubuntu 14.04
I already tried it and it's now `/var/www/html/mediawiki' but the result is same. There is no .htaccess file under mediawiki.
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comment How do I make apache run a cgi instead of showing the text?
I had similar issue on Ubuntu 14.04 in a process of migration from old servers. I never thought cgi would have been disabled by default which is not with old server. This fixed it!. Plz recommend them the same at stackoverflow.com/questions/15199198/…. Thank you!
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comment do-release-upgrade error: “Connection Failed” updating from 10.04 to 12.04
@bain: yes I have proxy set and figured it out. You're late but good guess well done. apt-get update didn't complain anything when proxy was set. I came to know when the proxy server itself was down and the update here on this server failed pointing to my proxy server. I realized and disabled proxy. Upgrade went fine but after reboot, I found one more problem error: The symbol grub_xputs not found. I should fix this now...
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comment do-release-upgrade error: “Connection Failed” updating from 10.04 to 12.04
30GB free space left for root partition.
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comment do-release-upgrade error: “Connection Failed” updating from 10.04 to 12.04
As said, I appended google dns server in resolv.conf, still same error Err http://.... Connection failed.