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comment apache - if 404 and image redirect to another server
Thank you very much for the detailed answer - I had in mind a simpler apache solution - chaining two condition and then redirecting - would such thing be possible?
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comment SSL installation on apache2 / debian
Yes, tried again and prompted it's already enabled.
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Thanks for the comment - I dumped the vhosts list and indeed got nothing on 443 nor the domain (many others did show up). I'm sure apache is reading the default-ssl files in sites-enabled because if I put any error in the syntax it can't start - and I think config is correct. I have the SSL enabled and listen in the file. Any idea would be appreciated :)
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comment AWS LAMP server started returning random ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT
@Randika - After so much tinkering and tests my post got a bit clattered. Thanks for reviewing :)
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comment Best way to block countries
A question about your answer if I may - Does it means this is more effective then using PHP + session? Basically I still go over large databases, be it in the .htaccess file or in external file. Thanks
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