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httpd.conf location

<p>Since instance to occasion I hit upon myself having to debug a UNIX machine that runs apache, and I have to figure out where its httpd.conf is to be found. I habitually look at more or less the location of the executable and find it, and I for eternity assumed it is essentially somehow set in the apt environment variable, but today a coworker from QA called me and asked for lend a hand in finding the httpd.conf file used by the apache she was running on her AIX test machine..</p>

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Facebook Apps Are Leaking Your Profile to Third Parties

Facebook Apps Are Leaking Your Profile to Third Parties

Not that I'm really shocked by any of this, but Symantec says Facebook apps are giving third parties access to your profile. That Farmville request doesn't look so benign and innocent now, does it?

How to Find and Fix 404 Errors

How to Find and Fix 404 Errors

If you’ve changed post slugs, taxonomy slugs, or permalink structures, you likely created 404 pages (page-not-found URLs) along the way.

These 404 pages certainly aren’t helpful for visitors who stumble across them and can increase your bounce rate. It can be a particular problem if search engines, pingbacks, and/or internal and external links are sending traffic to the old URLs.

Here’s how to resolve the issue:

Stage 1: Identify 404 Problem Pages

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