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revised nginx website behind a router connects ok with myserver.local but asks for username and password when accessed via myserver.mydomain.com
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comment nginx website behind a router connects ok with myserver.local but asks for username and password when accessed via myserver.mydomain.com
@MichaelHampton any thoughts on this, the 401 Unauthorized is certainly Nginx having some kind of security all around. Maybe it's figuring out URL is myserver.mydomain.com instead of myserver.local
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comment nginx website behind a router connects ok with myserver.local but asks for username and password when accessed via myserver.mydomain.com
It's a Linksys, I do this routinely for VNC or SSH, my external ip never changes so I can ssh directly to a machine on my lan through the router.
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comment nginx website behind a router connects ok with myserver.local but asks for username and password when accessed via myserver.mydomain.com
Lan ip is 192.168.0.10 and the router 192.168.0.1 and I forward the 80 port on 192.168.0.10 to port 80 on 192.168.0.1 manually form the router.
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comment Remote Desktop doesn't recognize username change
This is the typical *rap Microsoft has us dealing for years. Make it work first. This has been around from the days of XP. By now it's not a bug it's a feature.
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comment Thermal printer black mark sensor
Well, it's not actually used before the end of the print. It's used "regardless" of printing. Essentially the printer can't print something larger (longer) than two consecutive black marks. I believe this is by design. You'll have to buy special label paper or thermal paper that has the black marks further apart. As far as I know there is no way to skip a black mark and tell it to stop at the next one, and then keep doing this. I agree this is rather counterintuitive but the black mark sensor is used mainly with label printers and labels have a fixed size.
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comment How can I force Safari to perform a full page reload, without using the mouse?
Do you have any extensions installed. Had this problem once with Adblock... It messed up one page in particular, thought it was a stylesheet problem too, tried everything... but it was Adblock messing with it.
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comment Webdav between a OS X Server (self-signed certificate) and Windows 7?
Try this. When using Internet explorer to connect to the site, at the top... in the address field you can click to show more information about the certificate. Try to install it Under Trusted Certificates BUT... on the last page... you will see a tree of certificates... ONE of the has a small red x in it's icon, make sure that is selected before you click finish.
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