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From Rob Hartill <hart...@hyperreal.com>
Subject Re: Apache on DG/UX (fwd)
Date Wed, 01 Nov 1995 17:23:51 GMT

Either a bug, or a subtlety we're both missing...

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> From jcarroll@wellspring.us.dg.com  Wed Nov  1 06:10:10 1995
> Message-Id: <9511011412.AA14570@immsb100.canada.dg.com>
> Comments: Authenticated sender is <jcarroll@wellspring.us.dg.com>
> From: "Jim Carroll" <jcarroll@wellspring.us.dg.com>
> Organization:  Data General (Canada) Inc.
> To: apache-bugs@hyperreal.com
> Date:          Wed, 1 Nov 1995 10:07:48 -0500
> Subject:       Re: Apache on DG/UX
> Reply-To: jcarroll@wellspring.us.dg.com
> Priority: normal
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> 
> Rumour has it that on 31 Oct 95 at 16:40, Rob Hartill said:
> 
> > Does /.denied.html exist?
> 
> Sorry, should have mentioned that yes, it exists.
> 
> > I looked for http://www.dg.com/.denied.html  but it didn't exist.
> 
> Actually, it's at http://redman.canada.dg.com/.denied.html (which you 
> won't be able to access, since it's internal, not external).
> 
> When I access it directly, this is what I get:
> 
>   403 Forbidden
> 
>   Your client does not have permission to access this server. 
> 
>   If you would like access, contact the Webmaster. 
> 
> And "Webmaster" is a link to "mailto:jcarroll@wellspring.us.dg.com".  
> This is exactly what I want the denied user to see.
> 
> So, explicitly accessing it works, yet, implicitly accessing it (from 
> being denied access), doesn't.
> 
> > Was that what you meant it to point at?
> 
> Yup.
> 
> --
> == Jim Carroll - jcarroll@wellspring.us.dg.com ==
> ==       From Mississauga, Ontario, Canada           ==
> == I don't necessarily speak for DG, and vice-versa. ==
> ## The more I learn, the less I know.             ##
> ## Eventually I'll know everything about nothing. ##
> 


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