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10.5: Set up OS X as an SSL-secured reverse proxy
Authored by: cbansal on Mar 23, '08 05:36:52PM

Hi,

A good document. However I am facing an issue in my http.conf file. I did add the lines as given without the password thing in there as I am not using it right now. But I am confused and it comes as an error too while I restart my apache, (I am using 10.4 OSX and all your steps fit comfortably on it), the last lines since they are not in any include tag or something of that sort, the apahce machine throws an error, "order not allowed here"

I am newbie in this field and am trying to host my ruby on rails application on apache with secure server. please help.

I would really appreciate if you could post help here as well as to my email: chirag.bansal@gmail.com

thanks



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10.5: Set up OS X as an SSL-secured reverse proxy
Authored by: ianf on Mar 27, '08 03:47:42AM
Hi,

I'm not sure I can be of much help, but a lot of the guide was built using the URL below;

http://www.apachetutor.org/admin/reverseproxies

I'm assuming that you mean that the ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse lines are causing a problem. In the URL it mentions (and shows a few examples of) placing them in Virtual Host tags or Location tags, you may want to experiment with that and see if you have any success.

Cheers,

Ian

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