'Apache' Tag

  • HTTP repository sharing asides Gitweb

    November 7, 2009

    Once you set up Gitweb for HTTP-based Git repository browsing you should also enable (read-only) repository cloning through HTTP. This can be easily done through the use of the AliasMatch directive in Apache. Assuming a configuration mentioned in my previous post: Apache2 and Gitweb are installed; http://$DOMAIN_BASE/git is Gitweb’s URL, Git repositories are stored in [...]

  • Gitweb access to Git repositories

    November 7, 2009

    I’ve recently spent some time configuring Gitweb access to Git repositories. It took me a while to find out how it worked as the configuration interface has changed since its first release and older blog entries were mentioning it. At first there was a Perl configuration script (gitweb-config.pl) but nowadays the common way to configure [...]

  • From domain.com to www.domain.com in Apache

    August 3, 2009

    While redirecting from domain.com to www.domain.com is quite common, I hadn’t done it until the day before yesterday. I wanted to redirect all web access towards rosedu.org to www.rosedu.org. Apart from the cosmetic effect, the main reason was the configuration of a digital certificate for HTTPS access for the www.rosedu.org domain. As the certificate’s common [...]

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