Category: Apache

Active Directory and PHP on Apache on Bash on Ubuntu on Windows

Recently, I wrote about Joining Ubuntu to an Active Directory Domain. That was for an actual Ubuntu box and the plan was that the next post would be about adding Apache to the mix. But then I got distracted by

Posted in Active Directory, Apache, Linux, Security, Windows

Setup WebDAV in Apache2 on SuSE Linux to Support Windows (XP/Vista/7) Clients

Earlier today, a colleague told me that she doesn’t like using my servers because I don’t have FTP setup thus, she couldn’t map my server as a drive. Well, I showed her. I stand firmly against using FTP as any

Posted in Apache, Linux, Security, Windows

Securing Apache using mod_ssl, OpenSSL and Microsoft Certificate Authority (CA)

Recently, I used my Windows-based domain’s Enterprise Root Certification Authority to secure my subversion repository that is hosted on an Apache-based server. The process was rather straight-forward and relatively fast — especially because I skipped over all of the file

Posted in Active Directory, Apache, Linux, Networking, Security

Securing Subversion with Windows 2008 Kerberos-Based SSO and Linux-Based Apache

Some things just belong on Linux. Like Subversion and Apache, for instance. I’ve seen the ghetto workarounds for Windows-based Apache installs and no thanks — I’d much rather waste my time on ghetto SharePoint workarounds. But I sure do like

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Apache: Pre-compiled mod_auth_pam for SLES 11

This was ridiculous. Since apache-devel isn’t available in SLES (and I do understand why, but give me the option at least!), I had to sync up one of my SLES machines to an OpenSuSE repository and get all of my

Posted in Active Directory, Apache, Linux, Security

Enable Windows NTLM Pass-through Authentication in Linux-based Apache

Thank Science for SuSE Linux Enterprise 11; it’s made this process relatively easy. SLES 10 SP2 was giving me a headache because of some Windows 2008 based Active Directory authentication issues but upgrading SLES 11 took care of all that.

Posted in Active Directory, Apache, Linux, Security

Rules for High Performance Websites

Last week, I attended the Web 2.0 Expo at Mascone Center in San Francisco where I watched Steve Souders of Yahoo speak. His workshop was titled High Performance Webpages and has a yet-to-be published O’reilly book by the same name

Posted in Apache, IIS