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2011-12-07 - 00:54:00 - by AlisonW - Topic: Tech: Fail |

Yes, I discovered earlier today that I had broken my install here. Mea Culpa.

I hadn't realised earlier as I hadn't tried to add anything here for a while as I've been so busy and, not too surprisingly I suppose, I hadn't gone seeking any of the other pages on the site.

Anyway, when I updated the security setups on each of my machines – as part of a general upgrade of everything to be IPv6-compliant – I'd locked-down some of the options available within Apache, believing that none of the sites I operate required them. Seems I was wrong, however!

I've taken a temporary measure to make things available again and will find a different solution later to sort the original issue.

Oh, and yes, every site is now available through IPv6 as well as IPv4. Yay!



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