[isf-wifidog] Paths in WiFiDog auth server
max.horvath at maxspot.de
Lun 30 Jan 00:09:20 EST 2006
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Pete Flaherty wrote:
> Remember some of us run Wifidog Auth in a chrooted jail
> environment, so anything that is wifidog/ (aka public_html) needs
> to stay below that structure or we berak things
> -Pete Flaherty
I remember that. And this is the best way to run the auth server. ;)
But you can configure the chrooted Apache to include those folders.
You just have to start at / - not /wifidog.
I think it's important to get some folders out of "public_html" -
it's for the survey of files and for files that just don't belong to
the "public world" ;) ...
Please prove me if I'm wrong :) ...
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