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mod-rewrite equivalent for Tomcat
I've migrated and merged my old blogs.sun.com and bleaklow.com blogs into this new one, using Pebble. As a result, there are a number of links out there on the interwebs to bleaklow.com that are now broken, as everything has moved around - google's ...
02-Jun-2010
18:15:00
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Netbeans, JNI, Webstart and Apache
Although NetBeans has a Webstart module, it isn't really up to snuff yet, as I detailed in a previous post. Specifically, it doesn't support JNI code, and it can't sign the JAR files, which is needed if you have any JNI code to deploy. However, it's ...
28-Jun-2006
04:10:35
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Fun and games with Apache, mod_perl, TWiki and SMF, Part 3
As I said in my last post, I wanted to use one TWiki installation to support all the virtual hosts I was setting up. Although TWiki provides its own authentication and access control, it doesn't really provide a workable way of restricting read access. ...
22-Dec-2005
09:57:24
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Fun and games with Apache, mod_perl, TWiki and SMF, Part 2
As promised in my last post I'm going to describe how I used mod_perl to script the generation of my httpd.conf file. The script is rather large, so I'm going to break it down into chunks and explain each one separately. use Apache; use ...
21-Dec-2005
03:05:46
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Fun and games with Apache, mod_perl, TWiki and SMF, Part 1
As part of the day job I've had to set up a single machine hosting several SSL-secured websites that make heavy use of mod_perl and TWiki in particular. The sites all access some shared content (e.g. source code trees) as well as having their own ...
20-Dec-2005
09:12:47
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More Apache stuff: Limiting the bandwidth your website uses
If like me your website is hosted on a machine sat on your ADSL line, the total amount of bandwidth used by people hitting your site can be a concern. My friend Stephen pointed me at this rather cool utility - Trickle - that you can use to limit the ...
14-Aug-2003
02:59:22
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Stopping worms cluttering up your Apache logs
Fed up of 90% of your Apache log entries being failed requests for root.exe, cmd.exe and default.ida (caused by the Nmidia worm)? Here's how to stop it, put the following in your httpd.conf: # Ignore worms SetEnvIf Request_URI ...
03-Feb-2003
10:13:03