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  • I'm not going to say that it cannot be done (because as soon as I do, someone will find a way to do it) but I am wondering how you'd get around slashd having to run, and also how you'd get access to the apache.conf to add the slash includes.
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    "How about you interface with my ass? By biting it!" --Bender
    • well... slashd needs to run as nobody. You could probably run it as your own user instead... You could also have your own copy of apache running as long as it's on an unreserved port ( > 1024)... It will be fun to install though ;-)
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      --patience et longueur de temps font plus que force ni que rage--