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Can't access select https sites on Linux over PPPoE

My internet connection used to be a direct LAN connection to my provider. Back then, everything would load fine on both Windows and Ubuntu (dual boot). However, a while ago they started needing me to ...
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Apache ReverseProxy ssl

I have the following ReverseProxy set up which works for http requests: NameVirtualHost *:80 <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName sub.domain.com ProxyRequests Off ProxyVia Off <Proxy *> Order ...
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Aria2 download html page

I'm trying to download a video using aria2, but it download the html page of the link instead the video. I've also tried the link from browser and I can download it normally. Why?
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Problem with pkg behind a chunking proxy

I have a freshly installed FreeBSD 10.1 at work in a VM. As it is behind a corporate proxy, I had to set HTTP_PROXY in environment and it began to run fine. But no way to get pkg to work correctly. I ...
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Change Apache httpd “Server:” HTTP header

One of the HTTP headers that the Apache httpd sends back with response data is "Server". For example, my web server machine is relatively up-to-date Arch Linux. It sends back headers closely ...
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How to simulate periodically clicking a button on a webpage?

I need to go to a webpage, and click a button (called "Generate Daily Trends", as shown in the picture below), and click it again every 1 minute. Is there any way (e.g., script or code) that I can ...
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How to get the http dump of a website and the header both from a single curl command?

I have to fetch a website (multiple redirections possible using -L) and save the html content in a file named as [HTTP_Status_code]_[Website_name].html Currently I am using two curl calls one for the ...
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why do I have so many open socket handlers and netstat DGRAM entries?

I run on a RPi (Raspbian 3.12.35+ #730 PREEMPT Fri Dec 19 18:31:24 GMT 2014 armv6l GNU/Linux) a daemon in Python 2.7.8 which queries various APIs via requests and provides itself an API for another ...
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Best way to transparently redirect traffic to proxy

I've implemented a wireless router using hostapd on Debian Wheezy running on a Banana-PI. To access the internet, this router is attached to another network that I haven't any control of via ethernet. ...
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linux curl POST request not working

I am trying to make a POST request using curl to retrieve exam results from the page : result odd .... I am using the following syntax but various errors are showing up (like content has moved ...
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Simple http server from the command line that will always cause a timeout

Regarding the question Simple command line http server I would like to know, what is the simplest method for creating a http server listening on a specified port that will always cause timeout (it ...
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Tinymce with SSL: blank pop-ups

I am running Mezzanine with the main site on http and the admin site on https powered by Nginx. I have set up these in the local_settings.py file: SSL_ENABLED = True SSL_FORCE_URL_PREFIXES = ...
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How to change user agent on all http requests made from my machine with Squid intercepting proxy?

I'd like to change the user agent on all HTTP requests made from this machine. It's easy enough to change the user agent in each browser, but other apps also make http requests. It's vital I catch ...
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Using Wireshark on Linux to observe coupled HTTP-request and HTTP-respond

I use Wireshark on Linux to observe my HTTP traffic. Other programms like Firefox Live Http Headers show coupled http-request from my browser and http-respond from any server. How using programs like ...
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TCP, UDP, etc. works, HTTP(S) does not

I have been trying to set up Debian Jessie on an old Dell Inspiron 300m. Right now the problem I have is, the ethernet connection only works partially. ICMP works. I can ping IPs and FQDNs. UDP ...
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web container options for war file in CentOS 7

I know that Tomcat and NginX are both able to host web applications that are defined by war files. But can httpd also host a war-file-based web application on a CentOS 7 server? If so, how would you ...
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Grab http requests by lynx

I need to grab and debug all HTTP-requests and responds which i make from lynx or another text-based browser. How can i save all request url's, redirects, headers and page sources for analyze and ...
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How to create a http mirror?

I need to create a mirror of a directory shared over HTTP. Source server uses apache index module. Here is an example of a similar directory: http://apache.mirrors.pair.com/httpd/ The content is not ...
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Resolving DNS through HTTP/HTTPS

Is there a way to resolve DNS through HTTP/HTTPS, the case was: my ISP redirecting every DNS request to their own DNS and poisoning the DNS records. all I need is a software that could resolve ...
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How to check whether a command such as curl completed without error?

I am using curl to upload a file to a server via an HTTP post. curl -X POST -d@myfile.txt server-URL When I manually execute this command on the command line, I get a response from the server like ...
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File uploads and max_execution_time and request_terminate_timeout

In case of HTTP file uploads (nginx+php5-fpm) does max_execution_time (in /etc/php5/fpm/php.ini) or request_terminate_timeout (in /etc/php5/fpm/pool.d/www.conf) also include the time the file took to ...
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How to make wget download recursive combining --accept with --exclude-directories?

I'm trying to download some directories from an Apache server, but I need to ignore some directories that have huge files I don't care about The dir structure in the server is somewhat like this ...
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How can I set up Virtual Hosts in Centos7?

I am trying to set up virtual hosts in Centos7. I followed this guide: http://twohlix.com/2011/05/setting-up-apache-virtual-hosts-on-centos/ however I keep getting the following error: Job for ...
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Simple command line http server

I have a script which generates a daily report which I want to serve to the so called general public. The problem is I don't want to add to my headaches maintance of a http server (e.x. apache) with ...
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What tool can I use to sniff HTTP/HTTPS traffic?

I'm looking for a command line tool that can intercept HTTP/HTTPS requests, extract information such as: (content, destination, etc.), perform various analysis tasks, and finally determine if the ...
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OpenWRT redirect traffic based on requested domain/port pair

If we would have an OpenWRT router, would we have a solution for redirecting the users traffit to HTTPS if they would request a plain HTTP website based on domain name? Example: If the traffic wants ...
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Run grep or other commands on files on a web server

I have files on another domain. What's the best way to use commands on them like grep? wget http://path/to/file.txt | grep search However this doesn't work. I guess I can use curl but is there a ...
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Forcing broswers to use a different host and port when viewing websites over ssh-tunnels

I've setup an ssh tunnel to a network that has a website I need to view. However, when requesting the page my browsers sends the host localhost and url http://localhost:1234 in the HTTP headers. Is ...
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How to stream audio from /dev/dsp?

What is the best way to stream audio from /dev/dsp (I'm using OSS on Debian). I would prefer HTTP streaming, but if there is a way on another protocol, I can deal with that.
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curl timeout troubleshooting

I tried to curl popular websites e.g. curl google.com or curl google.com:80 and there is always a timeout error. Some troubleshooting steps performed: Able to curl localhost with response Able to ...
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authenticate url with asked credentials

there is a URL http://server, when I open this url it ask for username and password (.htaccess authentication), this URL works fine in browser. This is the webpage not the browser which ask ...
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Port Routing/DNS for individual program

Background Flickr has closed its http api leaving an https only api. My favourite uploader (the official Flickr Uploadr version 2.5 running under wine) is no longer maintained, so this change broke ...
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Allow non-root unmodifiable sofware to bind to ports 80 & 443

The company I'm in uses the Java Secure Application Manager to "secure" non-internal connections their webmail and electronic collaboration software. Aside from using expired certificates, and ...
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How to monitor outgoing http requests per user?

I'd like to know how to monitor users' outgoing http requests. I've got a FreeBSD 8.1 server, and I would like to get an output like this for http requests: source MAC address or IP address → ...
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HTTP request failed after listening on multiple ports or after enabling SSL Module on my Linux Board

I have one custom Linux board on which I want to run apache web server to test HTML and other web based services. I have configured, cross compiled and installed default httpd (2.2.24, 2.4.1, 2.4.4 ...
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How to get wget to use the direct URL file name as output file name for a shortened URL

I'm trying to download all the books from a URL list in bulk. The list is in a text file in http://ligman.me/W3TuLr. I'm trying to use wget on linux for this. All these URLs seem to be created using a ...
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Monitor outgoing web requests as they’re happening

I want to see a list of all outgoing HTTP requests from my desktop. I think it should be possible to monitor HTTPS hostnames as well for local clients using Server Name Indication (SNI). OS X has a ...
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How to get info about given webserver FAST?

$ time nmap -q -sV -P0 -p80 google.com | fgrep '80/tcp open' 80/tcp open http Google httpd 2.0 (GFE) real 0m6.563s user 0m0.280s sys 0m0.016s $ Are there any faster methods to get info ...
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Capture web traffic grouped by individual TCP streams

As far as I know a HTTP request and response constructs one TCP connection. To debug a web application on a GUI-less server, I'd like to be able to capture these TCP streams in a single ...
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Simple server that triggers script and responds

I need to have a very simple server running that can: Take rest call. It triggers a script when a call is made The script checks if database is running or not. If running then reply back to client ...
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Random lag on connection

when i try to connect to my friend's server, the connection seems randomly laggy, sometimes it's 50ms, 40ms, 60ms, but sometimes it tooks 1, 3 or 7 seconds time curl -vv 'http://ipaddress/foo.json' * ...
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Visualization tools for REST-based services

Let's say there is a cluster/set of processes that communicate via REST/HTTP (that could describe a whole lot of products these days). What's a good and simple way to view the communication among them ...
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Port 80 refused by Linux (Ubunt 12.04)

I am having an issue I cannot seem to resolve. I am being refused only on port 80. However port 8080, and 22 (Tomcat and ssh) are available. I am pretty sure this is not an Apache thing, however I ...
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Nagios misinterpreting Http response!

I've installed Nagios 4.0.1 on my CentOS 6.5 server. Since I'd set up Node.js to use port 80, I configured the Apache (httpd) service to listen to port 3000 instead. I can open Nagios console and ...
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mplayer not sending the correct user-agent

I am trying to play a stream through mplayer. Here is the command I execute: mplayer -user-agent "PS4 libhttp/1.60" -cache 8192 -v ffmpeg://http://the_stream_url.m3u8 The stream does not play due ...
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Firefox 29 default Accept-Language bug

Since I upgraded Firefox to version 29 it is sending the wrong Accept-Language header en-US,en;q=0.5 which should be pt-BR,pt;q=0.8,en-US;q=0.5,en;q=0.3, it was right on previous version. I managed ...
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Telnet to port 80 is not showing results

I'm trying to a test request/response to www.google.com on port 80 as below : $ telnet www.google.com 80 After that I typed in : GET‌ / HTTP/1.1 Host: www.google.com But nothing happens! Any ...
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Particular site is not working on Ubuntu 12.04

I surf net in Ubuntu 12.04. All the sites are working, except one site http://developer.android.com/. I don't know why. At the same time, the same url opens in Windows perfectly. So the site is up ...
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catch http requests from another process

Suppose a process, among other things, is posting https requests, for example with curl. Assuming I have root privileges, is there a way to intercept such requests and respond with an http error ...
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Anyway to use HTTP Authentication with Axel Downloader?

Is there anyway to use http authentication with axel downloader? I don't want to use another solution such as aria2c because they don't support more than 16 concurrent connections.