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accepted How can I get Apache 2.4 localhost subdirectories to resolve when root resolves perfectly?
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revised How can I get Apache 2.4 localhost subdirectories to resolve when root resolves perfectly?
Found the relevant bits, as well as the actual answer to my problem: mod_rewrite.so wasn't enabled. Doh!
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revised How can I get Apache 2.4 localhost subdirectories to resolve when root resolves perfectly?
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accepted How can I block ICMP/PING/Traceroute on Mac OSX Server?
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comment How can I block ICMP/PING/Traceroute on Mac OSX Server?
@AnonymousLurker, lol.
Jun
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comment How can I block ICMP/PING/Traceroute on Mac OSX Server?
I am trying Stealth Mode now. Thanks.
Jun
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comment How can I block ICMP/PING/Traceroute on Mac OSX Server?
Thanks Nate, but still no luck. I deleted 12309 & 12310, reran the grep icmp to confirm, and then reran the deny. Still no change.
Jun
25
comment How can I block ICMP/PING/Traceroute on Mac OSX Server?
12309 allow icmp from any to any icmptypes 8 and 12310 allow icmp from any to any icmptypes 0
Jun
25
comment How can I block ICMP/PING/Traceroute on Mac OSX Server?
I ran this on my server and then tried to ping it remotely (ping server.name) and it pinged just fine. Do I need to restart or logout to activate the change? After your command above it read: 65534 deny icmp from any to any in
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