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Can document root of the server be on client machine

Here is my problem. In our company we have a setup like this. There is a server with apache, php and all. All the client (dev) machine has their one drive (M:) mapped to the home folder on the server ...
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How to create a selinux context that merges two existing contexts?

I want to have a git repository available to both: the smart http transport and thus writable by apache - this is handled by the httpd_sys_rw_content_t context. the gitweb interface - this is ...
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only allow if “logged in user” == “directory name” in apache2

I have many git repositories that are served by http. Most of them are named after user names (e.g.: j.doe). Some generic repositories also exist (but contain no dots). Currently all allowed users can ...
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GitStack - “Forbidden” after installation

Was looking for an easy Git-stack to install on my Windows server. Found GitStack which would be perfect for my own projects. The only problem is that it throws me a "FORBIDDEN" error after I ...
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Git and (gitweb) and SVN both over HTTPS at same time

I'm trying to run both a Git server over http and I already have SVN running over http as well. I'm runnning centos 6 My git.conf (located in /etc/httpd/conf.d/) file looks like LoadModule ...
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Virtual host with a directory out of the DocumentRoot

I am using Git in C:\Users\MyUser\repository. I would like test the app with an Apache server although I have a server running right now and I need a virtual host. How would I configure a virtual ...
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Setting up Git / Apache on Windows

I'm following this tutorial to set up a personal Git server on Apache on my Windows 7 box. However, when I add the following to my httpd.conf, Apache throws an error when I try to start it. Can ...
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Apache serve files from git repo branches

Is there any way to serve files from branches in a git repo without checking them out into different directories? I'd love the convenience of being able to create a new branch, push it to a test ...