Solved: (OT) Virtual map in apache to another computer
I don't needed the mod_proxy.
I mounted the directory in /var/www/muziek and now the music is available
for internet. Thanks a lot !!
One more question...if I want to mount samba shares from windows to linux
there's asked for a password, but I don't have user accounts for it
(security = share). Is there a way to set it that there isn't asked for a
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Van: Jamie Lawrence [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Verzonden: zondag 2 maart 2003 21:49
Onderwerp: Re: (OT) Virtual map in apache to another computer
On Sun, 02 Mar 2003, Willem-Jan Meijer wrote:
> Not really...it's not for internal use only.
> I've got a couple a hundred mp3 files and I want to share them with a
> of my who lives a few miles away. I can't put them in /var/www because my
> hard-disk is to small for all the files. So I want to setup a virtual map.
I assume you are acting in accordance with your local laws.
> This is what I want:
> If my friend calls 188.8.131.52/music/ he has to open
> \\WILLEM-JAN\Documenten\Mijn muziek.
> It has to be possible, because I did it in Windows XP with IIS before.
If you are running IIS on the win box, you can proxy it with mod_proxy
through your apache server.
> I did an apt-cache search mod_proxy but I didn't saw it
> Dselect gave me the same result.
> I looked at www.apache.org but mod_proxy isn't here.
It is usually distributed with the rest of Apache. For docs, see
Alternately, as I mentioned, you can export your Windows directory (I'm
not very familiar with XP; you'll have to figure that out for yourself),
mount it on your Apache box using Samba/smbmount. After the XP permissions
are correct, it will be something like
mount -o username=user,password=pass -t smb "//WILLEM-JAN/Documenten/Mijn
then create an alias in your Apache config, something like
Alias /music /path/to/mount/point
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