[TUTORIAL] How to edit your apache.conf file

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Re: [TUTORIAL] How to edit your apache.conf file

Postby presenceofmind » Sat Jul 29, 2017 1:25 am

I prefer to continue working with q server. is there a way to disable this reset feature? why is it resetting in the first place?

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Re: [TUTORIAL] How to edit your apache.conf file

Postby Toxic17 » Sat Jul 29, 2017 1:57 am

most likely the parameter you are using is not supported. QNAPs webserver is locked down.
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Re: [TUTORIAL] How to edit your apache.conf file

Postby presenceofmind » Sat Jul 29, 2017 10:53 pm

just want to mention something. if q web server is locked down why do we have posts about changing configs? Unless I got something wrong, all this posts are misleading because you can't really change the config files in the end.
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Re: [TUTORIAL] How to edit your apache.conf file

Postby Toxic17 » Sun Jul 30, 2017 12:17 am

question you should be asking is yourself is, if you are trying to adjust qnaps built in apache, why havent QNAP stated you can do adjust everything including ALL apache supported parameters to the configuration.

Hense, if you want to more than the default QNAP Webserver, install something else. Qapache or Ningx
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Re: [TUTORIAL] How to edit your apache.conf file

Postby presenceofmind » Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:00 am

I hope you can see that your last post has nothing to do with what I've previously posted.
This post owner should state right at the first post that The qnap webserver config files cannot be amended.
In another note: If qnap doesn't want us changing the configs. they should improve the web server UI and give us the ability to create virtual hosts with advanced settings.

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Re: RE: Re: [TUTORIAL] How to edit your apache.conf file

Postby Toxic17 » Sun Jul 30, 2017 2:36 am

presenceofmind wrote:I hope you can see that your last post has nothing to do with what I've previously posted.
This post owner should state right at the first post that The qnap webserver config files cannot be amended.
In another note: If qnap doesn't want us changing the configs. they should improve the web server UI and give us the ability to create virtual hosts with advanced settings.

I don't know if you realise that this "post owner" started this thread over 8 years ago....

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