On 14/04/07, Frank Murphy <frankly3d.weblists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Francis Daly wrote:
> > On 14/04/07, Frank Murphy <frankly3d.weblists at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Q1:
> >> Can someone tell me how to fix this parser problem?
> >> http://www.frankly3d.com/wip/linux.html> >
> > Web server/content permission problem?
> > $ curl -i http://www.frankly3d.com/wip/Screenshot.png> > HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden
> That is hotlink prevention, that not the problem, it's the gibberish on
> the screenshot,
On the screenshot and the faq answer: presumably you've checked that
you do have the xml parser that the application wants in the place
that it wants? I wouldn't expect logs in dmesg or syslog, but possibly
in the application log if it can be run with a "verbose" option?
On the hotlink prevention: you presumably currently say "if Referer:
is not appropriate, forbid". I suspect that if you changed that to "if
Referer: exists and is not appropriate, forbid" you will successfully
block most hotlink attempts while also allowing access to referer-less
Your site, your call, of course.
All the best,
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