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  • #1849

    v2k

    Hello,
    I would like some help to turn of the build-in web server to firefly and make the web interface run at my Apache installation so I don’t need 2 web servers running and because my Apache server is configure to be really secure and I fell unsafe with another webserver running. ;p

    Thanks for a great application and for the coming help. ^^

    #13088

    rpedde
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    @v2k wrote:

    Hello,
    I would like some help to turn of the build-in web server to firefly and make the web interface run at my Apache installation so I don’t need 2 web servers running and because my Apache server is configure to be really secure and I fell unsafe with another webserver running. ;p

    Thanks for a great application and for the coming help. ^^

    Can’t really do that. DAAP requires web.. that’s how iTunes fetches song lists and all that. I guess you could write a mod_daap or something for apache, but you’d be in the same security hole.

    You could proxy from apache to the daap server with something like mod_security or something, though. That might give you some of the protection you’d like. That and/or limit access with iptables.

    — Ron

    #13089

    mas
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    Well, a mod_daap for apache or even better (as apache is too fat for slugs) on lighthttpd would impreove security, because both have a fully working security and access model that is finegrained and also things like SSL and such….

    But its likely a lot of coding work I guess. 8-;

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