[typo] Typo 2.0.6 on Lighttpd and Textdrive

Tobias Luetke tobias.luetke at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 16:33:54 EDT 2005


The precondition failed thing is a problem with mod_security. Please
talk to the textdrive guys about it. Its probably because you use a
word like casino or poker in your post.

The spinner doesn't stop because of a bug in safari, thats fixed in
trunk. You can fix it by removing the Appear effect for the spinner
div in the javascript of the read view

On 6/17/05, John Kopanas <john.kopanas at protoseinc.com> wrote:
> When I go to my website run through Typo using the port number it
> works perfectly:
> 
> http://blog.thedatingguy.com:8012
> 
> When I setup proxying in apache as seen here:
> 
> http://manuals.textdrive.com/read/chapter/62
> 
> and I go to the website without the port number appended like this:
> 
> http://blog.thedatingguy.com
> 
> I get two problems:
> 
> 1) the Apple processing ball even after I create a new comment stays
> next to the submit button... never stopping :-)
> 
> 2) For a specific post of mine:
> 
> http://blog.thedatingguy.com/articles/2005/06/17/what-would-you-
> change-in-the-world-of-dating
> 
> I always get a precondition failed on submission of a comment.  Also
> when I click my blog name on that page to return back  to my home
> page I get a:
> 
> Precondition Failed
> 
> The precondition on the request for the URL / evaluated to false.
> 
> Has anyone else run into this problem?  Anyone know how to solve this
> problem?  Is it my version of Typo of my setup of Lighttpd?
> 
> On another note.  Is it me or the older version of Typo seems nicer
> with better error messages?  Or is what I perceive to be older not
> really older but newer?
> 
> Thanks a lot for all your help! :-)
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