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In fact I forgot that I have a redirection for 80 and 443 because of the use of photostation….
Yeah, that explains why cops “just” works from outside of your LAN.
i do not use Photostation myself so I cannot help you there, but a quick search on google seems to imply that changing the port for Photostation so that is different fromt the port for cops is not easily doable. Sloe gin recipe sipsmith (Yes it can be done for cops, but then you need some knowledge of Apache. Sloe gin recipe almond And Apache for Synology is not “regular” Apache.


Sloe gin and tonic recipe Most files that need changing are in different places and/or have different names. Quick sloe gin recipe I never bothered to try. Sloe gin recipe uk And that’s even without the differences between DSM 5 and 6.)
one stuff that I don’t control also is the automatic use of the port + adress modification
That probably has something to do with client side browser caches. Sloe gin recipe river cottage Try with firefox in privacy mode. How to make sloe gin recipe for me that helps. Sloe gin recipe hugh fearnley whittingstall (Or use different browsers for different purposes, for instance Firefox and Opera or Seamonkey or Waterfox etc.)
thanks. Sloe gin recipe jamie oliver I succeed to add authentification to cops so it is no more a problem to have photostation and cops using same port. Recipe for sloe gin river cottage I also read stuff about this and I confirm it seems to be quite complex.
Using chrome privacy mode, there is no “port redirection”, it seems that browser memorize the port used on the last adresse (and also if https was used or not).
But I detect something strange as I’m not familiar with linux access mode. Sloe gin recipe bbc the directory of calibre database has access for http group and it works good. Sloe gin fizz drink recipe but after a copy/paste from windows to replace file in this directory by up-to-date calibre database, access to .db file is lost (checkconfig error). Sloe gin fizz recipe egg white I need to add manually http group access to the .db file so that it works again.
Any idea ? each time a new database is copy paste from windows, I will need to reconfigure access of the database ? is there a clever solution ?
I copy from a file explorer from Windows through shared folder. Recipe for sloe gin jamie oliver I use a software to make automatic backup.
I will double check this evening but I had to add right for http group on .DB file after the backup on the Nas. Sloe gin jam recipe => [EDIT] = after a backup .db file has no more right for http group then it no more works. Jamie oliver sloe gin recipe What is the rule for access in linux ? does providing access to a directory gives access to file inside it ? how to be sure that, after a copy paste, new file inside a directory will have the same right than the directory itself ?
I updated my COPS install to the latest one and now I get a 404 on all file downloads. Best sloe gin recipe ever pages display okay, and the built-in epub viewer displays the books correctly, but the download links all give the same 404 error and the error log says “No such file or directory”
edit: my web server is NGINX, the machine is a Raspberry Pi 3, the OS is Debian (raspbian) wheezy.
So when I made changes/additions to Calibre, I run my backup program to add those changes to the backup on the NAS so the Calibre libraries are duplicated exactly. Sloe gin ice cream recipe COPS then automatically picks up any changes it sees on the NAS; no further adjusting or maintenance required for COPS.
@Monty, do you run a periodical script on your NAS to apply chmod to the backup database so that http group can have access to your freshly copied database ?
because with my Synology and Syncback tool from windows, after backup I don’t have anymore the http group rights on the file inside the shared folder “ebook” (cops no more works after that until I re-set rights on the files)
@Monty, do you run a periodical script on your NAS to apply chmod to the backup database so that http group can have access to your freshly copied database ?
because with my Synology and Syncback tool from windows, after backup I don’t have anymore the http group rights on the file inside the shared folder “ebook” (cops no more works after that until I re-set rights on the files)
I use a rsync script in Linux and throw in the –super argument. Bbc sloe gin recipe This works just fine with no attribute changes need for COPS on the NAS or users accessing the files. Sloe gin jelly recipe My backup script looks like this:
Code: sshpass -p “naspasswd” rsync -h –progress –stats -r -tgo -p -l -D -H –super –update –delete-after –delete-excluded –exclude=**/*tmp*/ –exclude=**/*cache*/ –exclude=**/*Cache*/ –exclude=**~ –exclude=/mnt/*/** –exclude=/media/*/** –exclude=**/lost+found*/ –exclude=/var/run/** –exclude=/run/** –exclude=/proc/** –exclude=/dev/** –exclude=/sys/** –exclude=**/*Trash*/ –exclude=**/*trash*/ –exclude=**/.gvfs/ –protect-args –log-file=/home/myusername/calibre_ssh.log /mnt/Data/Calibre_Libraries/ admin@192.168.x.xxx:/share/Backups/Calibre_eBooks/Many of those excludes are really not needed as they do not exist in the Calibre libraries, but I use this same format for other backup jobs of my local Linux system, so leave them there for continuity.
I updated my COPS install to the latest one and now I get a 404 on all file downloads. Sloe gin hugh fearnley whittingstall recipe pages display okay, and the built-in epub viewer displays the books correctly, but the download links all give the same 404 error and the error log says “No such file or directory”
Same thing here, only I installed v1.0.1 from scratch. Recipe for sloe gin fizz drink Machine is PiB+/Raspbian (kinda)/Apache2, accessed from Firefox on windows/Chrome on Android/Kobo Aura browser.
after searching this thread and googling around, I’ve found that my /etc/apache2/apache2.conf (may be httpd.conf elsewhere) prevented the loading of .htaccess files, including the one provided by COPS installation (/var/www/ebooks/.htaccess).
Editing the AllowOverride directive to “All” in the following section:
I use a rsync script in Linux and throw in the –super argument.
Thanks. Recipe for a sloe gin fizz you copy paste of the calibre database is done from the NAS right ?
mine is done from windows to the nas, I guess this is why access rights are messy when the synchronization is done…
What else from the .htaccess file do you want to put in a apache config file?
That’s exactly why I’d want to get rid of.htaccess file and put all his instructions in the server main config file. Recipe for sloe gin or vodka It gets loaded only once, as I understand.
As said, pasting the whole content into .conf file, wrapped into tags didn’t work (I got the 404 again), but maybe I could copy only the instructions i need and switch the override directive back to None.

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