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Rewrite module won't work on Xubuntu/Apache

I have a Xubuntu (12.10) machine with Apache and PHP servers from the apt-get repository. I need to create a simple REST service in PHP and therefore need to set up .htaccess so that arbitrary URLs ...
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CentOS test page and .htaccess

When I use the line below in the .htaccess file, I get the apache CentOS test page. RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d How can I fix this?
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HTTPS Authentication problem : Polipo

I use internet behind http proxy, and that requires authentication. I tried using polipo to bypass the authenticated proxy to 127.0.0.1:9134. Applying these settings to my browser, works fine for ...
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How may I distinguish encryption algorithm of htpasswd?

I have an apache web server running on Debian Linux and I secure a certain directory with htaccess. I have no history or knowledge how the .htpasswd file was created. Apache documentations says that ...
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control apache referrer to restrict downloads in htaccess file

i want to restrict a file server just for people come from an specific URL: http://graymind.ir how should i config .htaccess file to do this. sorry but i didn't find an answer in sites search.
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Where would I find where an .htaccess file is located and being used on a Mac OS X Lion server that sets Basic Auth on an Apache server?

I've installed some software, namely, a continuous integration (CI) server (Jenkins) on a Mac Mini running Lion Server. The server, by default, runs from port 8080 on local host via the url: ...
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If htaccess doesn't use cookies, then how does it identify the client?

If I log in to my site that I protected with htaccess (so it pops up for a username/pwd) then I can't see any cookies. But why? How could the server identify that I'm the one that already logged in to ...
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RewriteRule error: query string is being stripped off

I have a folder (assets) on the root of my site that is a symlink to a folder deeper in my file path. I only want a specific set of file types accessible. On my root, I have this in an .htaccess ...
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osCommerce hacked

I had my osCommerce hacked a few moments ago and the morons are using it to send emails. I have identified that they placed scripts inside osCommerce images directory. Is there a way to forbid ...
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Why is rewriting in htaccess not working on this server

I'm moving code from a server that served a single domain to one that serves multiple domains. I'm using named virtual hosts to handle the different domains. The url rewriting is not being executed ...
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RewriteRule to cause subdomain to load another DocumentRoot?

I could sure use a little help with what I am trying to do with a RewriteRule in .htaccess: ...to causes URLs using our sharpedge. subdomain to auto-load from the Internet_IE directory - one level ...
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conditional DirectoryIndex based on IP address, using .htaccess

I've got this in httpd.conf: <VirtualHost xx.xxx.xx.xxx> Options All +ExecCGI ServerAdmin hostmaster@thehost.com DocumentRoot /var/www/html/domain.com ServerName dl.domain.org ...
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How to redirect traffic from subdomain to main domain

I have a demo.domain.com and domain.com they both show the same information and point to the same folder. How can I redirect all demo.domain.com visitors to domain.com?
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IPv6 address changed after upgrade. Why? and how can I harden my .htaccess against this?

I noticed in my local webserver logs that the IPv6 address of my desktop changed after upgrading to Kubuntu 12.04. inet6 addr: ...
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403 forbidden issue - .htaccess

I am getting 'Forbidden' 403 problem with my website. Earlier today it worked. The only thing I did was try to access other folders (eg bin). I checked permissions, and it all seems to be looking ...