Fubard my httpd.conf
Hi guys, I really would appreciate some help from the experts here. I've completely messed up my httpd.conf and other settings on my VPS and the worst thing is - I can't find out what I've done wrong! Please help, I've had a few hack attempts using my Apache recently, so I want to get this up as soon as poss!
/var/www/downloads/<username-sub-dir> all username sub dir's require a username / password (from mod_auth_mysql) to view the file listing, OR to have a cookie available.
I have conflicts clearly between httpd.conf and /sitest-enabled/000-default. I'm not experienced with most of the stuff here, so any help would be massively appreciated!
httpd.conf here: http://jsfiddle.net/CFRSu/
I'm not using .htaccess files. This all seemed to work a few days ago, now it's not :(
Any help would be amazing right now after the previous hack attempt that grabbed all my code :o
You've asked this several times. If you're having that much trouble with it why not rebuild it? That is my best advice. Do it a piece at a time, and test it as you go. Probably the easiest way.
I'm with Steven!
1) Re-install your server completely.
2) Make a back up of your configuration files (To me, this is Rule #1 when fiddling with anything that you need root permissions for. Root permissions are there for a reason ...)
3) Change your config files incrementally and carefully investigate the results of your changes.
4) Use the backed up versions to make everything OK again!
Remember - make back ups! Make back ups! Make back ups!!!! You'll save yourself a very big headache if you do!!!!
And it at all possible test it out on a development machine rather than your live server.
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