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I am a linux newby newb, so not sure if this is the definitive answer, however looking at the permissions of /var/www/html showed me that only user root had Read Write Execute permissions. As I was using the browser just as a standard user and not getting access, I assumed that 'Other' needed some permissions, so I did this: sudo chmod 755 html -R And ...


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For this you need to download/clone, compile and install nginx-auth-ldap You can download the zip file: wget https://github.com/kvspb/nginx-auth-ldap/archive/master.zip unzip master.zip then cd to your nginx source folder and do: ./configure --add-module=~-/nginx-auth-ldap-master sudo make install After that you can configure nginx: http { ...


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I just solved this myself with the POODLE exploit. For OpenSuSE only, add the following into your /etc/apache2/ssl-global.conf <IfDefine SSL> <IfDefine !NOSSL> <IfModule mod_ssl.c> #Your other stuff SSLProtocol All -SSLv2 -SSLv3 </IfModule> </IfDefine> </IfDefine> Save, exit, and restart apache with the following ...


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You can use access control lists commands. First set owner apache to the directory sudo chown -R apache:apache /var/www/public_html/a Now set acl so that ftp user can upload folders. FOR USER sudo setfacl -R -m u:yulichika:rwx /var/www/public_html/a FOR GROUP sudo setfacl -R -m g:users:rwx /var/www/public_html/a Hope this will solve your problem.


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You should use www.smallserv.lan or some other subdomain. The www prefix isn't reserved for public-facing sites so it's perfectly safe to use it. You can't use smallserv.lan with your wildcard certificate because .smallserv.lan is not the same as smallserv.lan



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