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Instead of using Chrome directly, you could use a .bat file. Below is one version of such a .bat file that should be executed in Notepadd++ like this : "path\to\file.bat" "$(FULL_CURRENT_PATH)" For Windows, where the document root is in C:\inetpub\wwwroot, the .bat file is : @echo off set "param=%~1" set ...


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No the hosts file does not do anything extra - it simply allows you to resolve the DNS query for xyz.abc.com right on your computer instead of sending it to the appropriate authoritative DNS server. The name or ip address you write into browser is sent the the web-server as well. Administrator of the web-server can view this information and disable access ...


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CloudFlare allows for multi-user accounts but only for Enterprise level plans: Multi-User is an Enterprise-only feature and is already in use by large multinational organizations and governments. Starting today, Multi-User is available for all CloudFlare Enterprise customers. If you are an Enterprise customer who would like to have Multi-User ...


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Securing a web server is a large topic, more fit for a book (or series of books) than a Stack Exchange answer. With that being said, I'll address a few points. but what it doesn't talk about is protection from viruses, malicious code, and brute forcing from behind the network firewall. Generally speaking, we don't concern ourselves much with ...


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RiggsFolly's Answer worked for me... Also want to add if you want give permissions to folder and access it on browser. Make a separate entry in file httpd.conf <Directory "d:/websites/example.com/www"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride all Require all granted </Directory>


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Python Solution With Np++ plugins even miracles can be achieved. I wrote a simple Np++ Python Script that achieves exactly this functionality. This solution only requires Notepad++ and the PythonScript plugin. Install Python Script from Plugins > Plugin Manager Plugins > Python Script > New Script Name it "OpenInBrowser.py" (for example) and paste the ...


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As of the current version of Notepad++ 6.9.1, the problem with the files in sub-folders path in a web-server has not been fixed yet. The only variable for files path is $(FULL_CURRENT_PATH). Check: Configuring Notepad++ to run php on localhost. Maybe this issue will be fixed in the future releases of Notepad++.


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You should use the scp command, which allows one to copy files from one system to another using the SSH protocol, rather than the cp command. If your local computer is a Linux or OS X system, then you likely already have scp on the system. If your local computer is a Microsoft Windows system and you are using PuTTY, it also has a command line utility, pscp. ...


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The Fedora documentation is your best friend here... They have an answer to how to connect to an SMB share. URL: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/12/html/Deployment_Guide/s1-samba-connect-share.html Open Nautilus In the address bar type your SMB URL (as you've written) You may be prompted to authenticate with your University username, password ...


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First of all, this answer i generic for all *NIX envirements because when it comes to networking, protocoll is more important than programs / envirements.. As long as the protocol is well implemented, your client does not matter, as long as it "speaks" the protocol.. Judging by the URI your university is using a windows share (SMB). First of all you should ...



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