I have 3 computers on the same network. One running apache2 on Ubuntu 12.04 and the others with Windows7. I want to access the website I set up from a Windows machine. When I type in the URL, domain.com, I get a 404 error. When I type in 127.0.1.1/domain.com I get the directory listing for the website. I have to actually type 127.0.1.1/domain.com/public_html/ before the website can actually be seen. I would like to get rid of the public_html part. I am brand new to all this.
I recently configured a Centos 6.5 server with Java JDK1.8 and the bundled Tomcat server X64 application. I confirmed the web server port is not already in use and also installed the Tomcat APR libraires. The application starts fine and all the logs show no severe errors however when I navigate to te URL I see a blank page. All the configuration files are in tthe correct place and whether I use just :8080 or /licenseserver the page is still blank. If I run the element inspector in the browser it shows 404 file not found.
I am redoing a website that is currently being hosted by some shady company that is completely unreachable. I have the ftp server info and password, and I am trying to get on using FileZilla, however there must be something incorrect because it is not letting me access the site.
Is there anyway I can host this website using the same current domain, even though it is already being hosted by this other horrible company? The person I am doing the site for has been trying to contact the company for months to cancel hosting, but they are not responding.
For example, if the company was company.com, and I have created a new site for them which I have on my own webserver, how do I access company.com so that the website I made will now be at that domain?
I donít really want corporate web filtering companies such as websense, surfcontrol, SonicWall, Symantec etc.. Visiting and categorising my website. I know there is an IP list somewhere that lists a few thousand IP address used by these companies but I havenít found it yet.
I've seen a number of exploit attemps on the default website which I believe has come via direct access via ip address i.e http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.I have tried to block with .htacess but it seems to be being ignore (possibly by parallels or nginx configuration).how I can block access to the default site to all but 127.0.0.1, server external ip and my ip?
I created a new virtual site and cloned an existing to to the new docroot to have content. But when I access it I receive the Access Denied you do not have permission to access . . .I've checked all my entries and unless I'm blind I cannot figure out how to remedy this on my Windows 2003R2 server running apache 2.2.x
I have a problem with one of our websites. For some reason, only that one website won't load and shows an error page. This domain is not propogating, nor has it had any changes to any DNS records lately, and it was working around five minutes ago.
So I have a script running on my apache that catalogs pictures and clips. All the actual video files are located on a separate drive which is mounted in to a folder in my site. I've set apache as the owner and have the correct permissions on the mounted folder but I'm getting Forbidden errors accessing files even when on html file in the mounted folder.
I know it's a permissions issue at the disk or mounting level. The way I mount is by using this command:
i have a problem with my plesk 12 Installation on a Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard machine.
When I select a Website and want to change the php settings for that page it wont apply the new settings.
I placed a phpinfo() file in the Folder of that Website to test that. The weird thing is when i change the memory_limt value it is visible on the phpinfo() but when i change post_max_size or upload_max_filesize nothing changes.
I am having an issue where I have a server that Directadmin is installed on. I go to the a url that is on the server and all i see is the default page of apache saying congrats, it is installed. Although there is no file like that in the public_html any longer and I can see my files in the public_html folder of that specific site.
I have a regular visitor from 1999521.videos-for-your-business.com/ and I am aware this is spam from semalt.com, the trouble is I have tried blocking this but it keeps coming back the number 1999521 changes frequently
I want to run an HTML webpage that accesses an MP3 resource that's also on my website. However, I only want the webpage to have access to the file and block access from those attempting to access the file directly. That leaves me with two options:
1. Block access through the Apache configuration so that only my Webserver can access the resource, or