Two questions

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Two questions

Postby rcpalace » 28. November 2007 19:43

Hi guys, I need to know where xampp stores the error pages such as the 403 etc, Another question, how can I make a directory not visible and return a 404 error? I want to do this because I want to hide the phpmyadmin directory from being accessed from the web.
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Postby Scory » 28. November 2007 21:13

a) you can define your own error documents by using errordocument directive:

See http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/mod/co ... ordocument

b) Either protect you phpmyadmin by using different authorization types in config.inc.php (see phpyadmin/config.inc.php) via username and password, or use virtual hosts to hide it completely from "outside" web.

Regards
Scory
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Postby rcpalace » 29. November 2007 23:21

Thanks for your help Scory, the only problem with the error pages is; I opened up the error folder in the lampp directory, after doing so I modified one of the error files and tried it out and still the same even after restarting xampp. It seems like xampp store the errors in a different file, do you have any ideas where?
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Postby sari42 » 01. December 2007 20:36

here it's in ....xampp/apache/logs/
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