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Dilip Panwar
@dilippanwar1
Error is coming due to 'Apache2' in this line % Apache2::Listen.listen_ports_by_address(node).each do |address, ports| -%>
Can anyone tell me what Apache2 is
is it a library defined somewhere?
Dilip Panwar
@dilippanwar1
issue resolved
library was missing
Sander van Zoest
@svanzoest
Okay, I think we are getting close to do another release.. I closed out most of the PRs and issues that I can address without spending a ton of time on it.
Jennifer Davis
@iennae
That's awesome @svanzoest to hear. Thanks for the invite into gitter!
Sander van Zoest
@svanzoest
Okay I pushed a v3.2.0 hopefully that goes pretty smooth.. the tests did not catch anything. Just wish I could test some of the other platforms more easily.
Marcelito S. de Guzman
@marzzz21
I can't figure out how to install the httpd-devel package via this cookbook. I can see an attribute for it though but the default recipe only installs httpd, does that mean I have to manually install it myself?
Sander van Zoest
@svanzoest
it only is used on some module recipes. you can always install it yourself by saying package node['apache']['devel_package']
Sander van Zoest
@svanzoest
Would love to get some feedback on the work to get custom resources going. See https://github.com/svanzoest-cookbooks/apache2/compare/customresources
In particular on how I should address the notifications within the custom resources to restart the apache2 service as it relates to chef/chef#4741
ryanjoachim
@ryanjoachim
When I copy files over to /var/www/html (php files), I get an "Error 500" page. If I create a php info document via SSH, it will load without issue. I assume this is a permissions issue with the files I am copying, but I can't seem to get it to work...
The same issue happens if I git clone into /html or /www, so I'm kind of confused
Just realized this is a development gitter...let me know if I should go somewhere else for this type of question
God. Of course after I ask, I fix it. Seems like write permissions weren't there by default. Sorry all.
Jamie Kahgee
@veilig2000
I'm interested in the bug fix #422, I was curious when you might push out another release so I can pick that up?
Sander van Zoest
@svanzoest
Hi all, this cookbook is now part of the chef-brigade
I am still maintaining it and still would love your support
please join the brigade to help or otherwise reach out to me and I'll help you
Matej Velikonja
@matejvelikonja
hey guys. how can i add ssome config to envvars using your cookbook?
Davide Pugliese
@Deviad
Hello
Could anyone help me with a " Use name-based virtual hosting.” on El capitan?
sucofog
@sucofog
Hello
Anyone here?
:)
sucofog
@sucofog
Lol this gitter is totally dead
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Dan Webb
@damacus
Yup. We're all on
Chefcommunity.slack.com in the sous-chefs channel
hardik Gajjar
@gajjar8055
oversized response headers received from daemon process
I have configured Django With apache
anyone for help
Surupa Dutta
@rupsray
Irrespective of whether we specify Apache version in attributes or not, Apache 2.4 is getting installed.
Can anyone tell how to install Apache 2.2 with this cookbook?
Dilip Panwar
@dilippanwar1
@rupsray How are you installing apache? you can provide verdion within package resource
@rupsray version*
Surupa Dutta
@rupsray
Thanks @dilippanwar1 for such quick response.
In recipe I've mentioned the code like this: package 'apache2' do package_name node['apache']['package'] version node['apache']['version'] end
Tried providing only version within package resource too
But nothing is working
In attributes/default.rb file I've provided the version as default['apache']['version'] = '2.2'
Surupa Dutta
@rupsray
package 'httpd' do package_name node['apache']['package'] version node['apache']['version'] end
tried this code too, where default['apache']['version'] = '2.2.34' default['apache']['package'] = 'httpd'
Dilip Panwar
@dilippanwar1
@rupsray please make sure you have the required pkg available in repository. Also, make sure latest code is getting executed.
Karthi
@Karthi-SRV
hi
Swapnil Srivastava
@swapnil_sri_twitter

I have configured Apache2 Httpd on Ubuntu Inside docker image using dockerfile, the angular app is up and running but unable to load the .png file ... is there any configuration that I need to activate in order for it to work. I tried with rewriting the url to redirect to proper file path but it’s throwing 400 bad request
Can some one help me in this regard

.htaccess
RewriteEngine On

If an existing asset or directory is requested go to it as it is

RewriteCond %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}%{REQUEST_URI} -f [OR]
RewriteCond %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}%{REQUEST_URI} -d

RewriteRule ^ - [L]

If the requested resource doesn't exist, use index.html

RewriteRule ^ /workbench/index.html

I have configured Apache2 Httpd on Ubuntu Inside docker image using dockerfile, the angular app is up and running but unable to load the .png file ... is there any configuration that I need to activate in order for it to work. I tried with rewriting the url to redirect to proper file path but it’s throwing 400 bad request

Can some one help me in this regard

Here is the .htaccess file
.htaccess config
RewriteEngine On
If an existing asset or directory is requested go to it as it is
RewriteCond %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}%{REQUEST_URI} -f [OR]
RewriteCond %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}%{REQUEST_URI} -d
RewriteRule ^ - [L]

If the requested resource doesn't exist, use index.html
RewriteRule ^ /workbench/index.html

Enabled the mod_rewrite file.

richardcatlin
@richardcatlin
How do I install SSL Certificates on Apache2?