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#32 fixed check for .htaccess files only inside ~/web_scripts andersk

(Imported from #546828.)


You seem to have a .htaccess file in your home directory. This is unreadable by the scripts servers due to AFS permissions, and so Apache fails safe and denies all access to directories inside your home directory.

#55 fixed certificates on * as a separate IP address quentin price

(Split out from #48.)

Currently gives a certificate error on IE 6 and Safari. The problem is that (modulo the recent SNI extension) the HTTPS protocol doesn’t support sending the virtual host name before the server must decide which certificate to present. In #48, Joe installed SNI, which FF 2 and IE 7 understand.

To accomplish the highly desirable #17, we need to support these other browsers; many scripts users will not consider it acceptable that their viewers on IE 6 and Safari get certificate errors. To do this, we can move to a separate IP from *, so that the server knows which certificate to present based on the IP.

#105 fixed binfmt_misc overrides shebang now andersk
   scripts / sql-signup / andersk  15:37  (Anders Kaseorg)
       Wait, when did binfmt_misc start overriding shebang lines?
   scripts / sql-signup / quentin  15:39  (Quentin Smith)
       It did?
   scripts / sql-signup / andersk  15:40  (Anders Kaseorg)
       [andersk@bees-knees]:~/web_scripts$ cat test.php
       [andersk@bees-knees]:~/web_scripts$ ./test.php
       X-Powered-By: PHP/5.2.9
       Content-type: text/html
   scripts / sql-signup / mitchb  15:41  (Yum, this spam is fresh!)
       That's kind of awesome.  The binfmt_misc magic still kind of confuses
   scripts / sql-signup / andersk  15:41  (Anders Kaseorg)
       That’s really bad.  Unless it’s configurable, we should get rid of
       the .php binfmt (since I think we aren’t using it), and deprecate and
       remove the .pl and .py binfmts as soon as we can.

Also, we should be recognizing Mono applications by magic number (MZ) and not extension (.exe), as described here.

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