Yes, check Apache's site for details. However, you do not want to do this!! As noted on their site, Apache does not log failed login attempts. Anyone with connectivity to your machine will be able to brute force your passwords with no reliable way for you to detect it.
Finally I complete my move to Fedora distro :)
I am using the gedit editor and I'd like to customize it because I like to work with black color on background and green for text color (this remember me my university time), I did the same on UltraEdit tool before but here in gedit... (2 Replies)
I have been told to look after a server running Sol9 with the following structure:
c1t0d0s0 65G /
c1t2d0s7 67G /usr
c1t4d0s6 24G /var
c1t3t0s7 67G /home
c1t4d0s7 14G /opt
c1t4d0s5 29G /tmp
This server is used to hold tool installations and as a license... (7 Replies)
I have a sun server. Recently I have attached a new 80 GB disk. I would like to install the Solaris OS on this disk.
Now I would be installing some database on this disk.
I have decided to allocate a slice of 20GB or DB2 and one more slice of 20GB for Sybase.
The / partition would... (4 Replies)