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Basically the apache2 package just provides a part of the Apache2 infrastructure and doesn’t contain the binary files. As you run the apache2 command, the shell told you in which package that binary is located (in apache2-bin), but it doesn’t mean that that’s the only package you have to install. tm essential


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Basically, the apache2 package just provides a part of the Apache2 infrastructure, and doesn't contain the binary files. As you run the apache2 command, the shell told you in which package that binary is located (in apache2-bin), but it doesn't mean that that's the only package you have to install. In my raspberry pi architecture, the apache2 package ...


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As Fiasco Labs points out in their answer, these type of log entries are a dime-a-dozen. But as a systems administrator with a deep history managing and protection LAMP-based web servers, this is not an attack as much a scripted “probe” of your system by someone somewhere. These probes/scans of a system are done to see what—if any—servers out there are ...


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The most obvious solution I had discounted. When running windows 7 I had turned off the IIS service (which obviously uses port 80). The windows 10 upgrade turns it back on. I turned it off again and all is well.


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Scripted wget attack looking for common vulnerabilities. Keep your server software up to date and most of them won't work unless they're zero-day. You will find these are a dime a dozen on web servers, your only defense is to never allow your server to run in an unpatched state. Read up on Centos security patching and spend more time running ...


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It is common for user directories to have restrictive permissions such as 700 or 750. This can prevent the web server from accessing its sub directories. Allowing others to access known files can be done by changing this to 701 or 751. Even less restrictive would be to use 755. The user directory is usually the ~/public_html directory for the user. ...


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You don't really want to use a loopback address for this. Use either an internal or external real address (or use nothing like I'll show you). Try this Apache config setup: Listen 80 NameVirtualHost *:80 <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName ot48.loc ServerAlias ot48.loc *.ot48.loc DocumentRoot c:/xampp/htdocs/ot48 </VirtualHost> ..etc.. ...


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To check whether if apache is running or not (the status), type: sudo service apache2 status at the command line.


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You need to use the ServerSignature directive. Add this to your XAMPP Apache config file (httpd.conf): ServerSignature Off With ServerSignature On: With ServerSignature Off: EDIT: Sorry, I mis-read your question (but I am leaving that "answer" in case it helps anyone else). I think you might be looking for custom error pages. Check this out: ...


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If you are using Apache for the web server software, you can use DocumentRoot /var/www/html/MyWebsite/Code/web in a VirtualHosts section of the the Apache configuration file, /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf, to point to that folder as the root of your website. E.g., you could include something like the following at the bottom of httpd.conf: <VirtualHost ...


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First of all you should check whether you can ping the ubuntu machine via IP and afterwards via its name (ping mylocal.loc). If that does not work, you should check your network settings. Possibly the problem could be, that the IPs are in different subnets. You should set both IPs in the same subnet. See that both IPs only differ in the last number (e.g. ...


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The module adds in the log for each client request an ID called forensic-id that looks like this: +q6VxwcCbAQNAAEqfC5MAVADC . When the request is completed adds a line with the same ID, something like this: -q6VxwcCbAQNAAEqfC5MAVADC*. It helps to find incorrect requests, just find the ID starting with + and then look for the same ID with -. If it never ...


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You're assuming allow from allows an asterisk as some wildcard, but that is not how things are documented. Instead, use a partial address: Allow from 192.168.1


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Go to /etc/apache2/httpd.conf Find DocumentRoot "/Library/WebServer/Documents" <Directory "/Library/WebServer/Documents"> Change it to: DocumentRoot "/Users/bob/Sites" <Directory "/Users/bob/Sites"> Where bob is your username. Now you can access localhost/mywebsite instead of localhost/~bob/mywebsite You might need to restart apache ...


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Since the JIRA install basically consists of a Tomcat installation + a deployed jira war, why not simply reuse that Tomcat instance? From your description, you would end up with 3 containers - jira-tomcat, tomcat, and jboss. What is the use case for all 3?


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You need to use dhcpd to give clients a default DNS server through DHCP, or manually. The guide you're using to configure hostapd uses dnsmasq as a DHCP server, however you're not using dnsmasq, you're using BIND9 (which just does DNS), thus the need for a separate DHCP server. Install dhcpd, and use the following /etc/dhcpd.conf as a template: ...


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Okay so Apache and Python are two very different things that can work together to host a web application. Apache is a web server, you make requests to it by browsing to that devices URI and the Apache web server does its thing and serves up a response based on the request it was sent. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_server ...


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Actually Include conf.d/ is loading all files (in alphabetical order i think) irrespective of extension from conf.d/ . I was also facing the same issue after setting ServerSignature Off in security file and the reason was I have backup of original security file inside conf.d/ called security.bak (which contains ServerSignature On). So you have to make sure ...



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