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> My point is, can I defined *.* as protected files where the index.html,
> fly.jpg are not inlcluded in *.* definition.
> So, here, the visitor can still freely accessing the my index.html and
> fly.jpg where they are availbale in every sub domain directory.
Depending on the versions of your software, these might be usefull:
Specifically, the regex matching of the <FILES> section.
If you can provide some more info, I can let you know if these would
help you. What kernel rev do you use? What File System, and how big are
the block sizes? How much ram is in your machine? What version of apache
are you using? Do you have mod_perl installed, if so, what version of
PERL are you using? Do you have a TCP stack with the syn/ack flag
support? Are you using IPv4 or IPv6? Do you use 8903.11t? You're not
using token ring, are you?
This morning's T&G had an amusing ad from Oracle.
It consisted of a large heading "Email" and then two columns Oracle and
Micro$oft starting with cost per user of $60 for Oracle and $126 for
Micro$oft. It then continued the comparison of other properties.
However, at the bottom of the Micro$oft column was
"Costs more, but you also get
Melissa, Snow White, Michelangelo..."
I have several subdomain where each is put on the diffrent directory and it has one index.html for each.
The thing that I want is, the visitor can only access my html file, so if they want to connect to another page
where the location is the same, it must be a password asked for this.
My point is, can I defined *.* as protected files where the index.html, fly.jpg are not inlcluded in *.* definition.
So, here, the visitor can still freely accessing the my index.html and fly.jpg where they are availbale in every sub domain directory.
OK, I had a great time at the meeting on Wednesday, just let me say that
first off. The great thing about linux is community, and WLUG certainly
Now, at this moment I'm listening to a Nickel Creek .ogg on my iPAQ
using Opie's media play w/ libvorbis. It's a little unstable, but once
I get a decent flash card I'll finally be able to take my music files
It took a while to get to this point. I disliked wiki before, now I
positively HATE it (and I think Linux Magazine is on drugs for liking it
so much). Stuff is just, missing - like how to make sure your iPAQ has
dns entries by copying one file.....arrrgh!
I could ssh in right away, and on usb, that was the easy part; but for
some reason iptables weren't working at first and I had to wipe them and
start over, now I've got dns AND iptables forwarding my packets, and the
ipaq is on the internet (no, I'm not writing this e-mail on it, an iPAQ,
no keyboard, remember?).
The only problems I have are with the todolist (it won't start), and
qtopia desktop (it won't link). The todolist is missing a library,
which I'll find, but the syncing issue is a pain, it just won't see it.
Brad's been great and he think going up to opie unstable may solve the
issue, we'll see (don't you just love debian users? They say, "Go use
unstable" as if that's just what people do...). Now, when I get a
tape-player or mp3 input in a car stereo I can finally ask for that
microdrive for Christmas!