Tag Archives: Apache

Apache 2 customized error pages and exceptions for websockets

Reverse Proxy with local error pages At first create a local directory for serving your customized error pages # local error pages DocumentRoot /srv/busypage/ Alias /error/ /srv/busypage/ <Directory /srv/busypage/           Options None           AllowOverride None           Require all granted </Directory> Now put your pages inside… Read More »

Debian, Apache and HTTP/2 – Important Info !

Deliver your websites with Apache and HTTP/2 IMPORTANT INFO ! I’ve backported apache 2.4.25, but it now depends on openssl from debian backports. The reason for this step back is this bug 828236. So you have to add the debian-backports repo in your system: echo ‘deb http://ftp.debian.org/debian jessie-backports main’ >>  /etc/apt/sources.list.d/debian-backports.list and install/update the openssl packages… Read More »

Apache 2.4 Backports for Debian wheezy and (squeeze)

Running Apache 2.4 (SID) under Debian wheezy and (squeeze) Apache 2.4 is the current major release. This version is available in the debian SID and Testing tree (experimental before), so I’ve backported these packages to wheezy and in the past squeeze. The last available squeeze-version for i386 in this repro is 2.4.4-6, because I’ve no… Read More »

Apache webdav read write permissions

Howto grant different rights to users on webdav shares Using webdav is an easy way to share files over HTTP(S). The Apache Webserver has the modules included. The caveat is the grant concept inside DAV. Under Linux all files are owned by the apache user e. g. www-data, so it is not possible to work… Read More »

Apache2 with modsecurity as MS Exchange OWA proxy

The intention for this short howto was to use the power of modsecurity to secure a Apache2 running as proxy for an MS Exchange OWA on wild wild web. The system described below is based on a debian lenny machine. Let’s start with editing the sources.list to get the latest version of modsecurity module. Simply… Read More »