The PKGMESSAGE for www/openx suggests setting 'AllowOverride None', but this disables the .htaccess files that deny access to several directories.
Change 'AllowOverride None' to, at least, 'AllowOverride Limit'.
The port maintainer has been notified, but is not responsive.
Maintainer of www/openx,
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This is correct. Please submit.
Piotr Rybicki, Prezes ZarzÄdu
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I'll take it.
pr seems to indicate approval of a patch, but I don't see a patch in the
pr. back to pool
On 3/6/12 8:00 AM, Piotr Rybicki wrote:
> W dniu 2012-03-06 12:10, Michael Scheidell pisze:
>> Email approving patch came from Piotr Rybicki
>> is this an alias for email@example.com ?
>> If it is, I will commit patch for you .
> Yes, that's my alias.
> Please commit. Thank You
I looked again, there is no patch in the pr, unless I missed something.
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I will take it.
rm 2012-07-04 08:02:57 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
Change recommendations regarding Apache configuration in a way to not disable
.htaccess directives handling (files web-access related).
Do not bump PORTREVISION because critical port update is coming
Submitted by: Rob la Lau <freebsd at ohreally dot nl>
Approved by: Piotr Rybicki <piotr.rybicki at innervision dot pl> (maintainer, another email)
Revision Changes Path
1.2 +1 -1 ports/www/openx/files/pkg-message.in
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Committed, thank you!