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Offline 1234filip

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HFS with reverse proxy on Apache
« on: October 18, 2019, 02:45:40 PM »
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I managed to setup HFS running on port 5050 and Apache as a reverse proxy with an exposed port 80. It works like a charm until I decide to add authentication to the reverse proxy. I can access the HFS site but it immediately re-prompts me with the authentication(the reverse proxy authentication). I know that this is a problem with HFS because when running it with a standard HTML site, it works well. I'm using AuthType Basic.

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Re: HFS with reverse proxy on Apache
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2019, 09:46:34 PM »
Welcome 1234filip. This is a hardcore question. There is a handfull hardcore ppl left on this forum. The boss focus on famely n work. He overwatch, but cant focus. HFS is a living organisem. Way ahead of everything else in early days. Stil kicking ass 2020. If i had a million, i would force rejetto into the app world. But u 1234filip, you give fire n light to the whole aspect with this apache and authentication questionsstuff. I wish i could help you. But i do not have that knowledge. And in the future i hope to see a cupple of zeros behind your profile postz. HFS forever!  :-*
Your answers will come.. But maybe not today.. Hang in there brother.. Surf around, see if u can solve some puzzles in the meantime  8)
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Re: HFS with reverse proxy on Apache
« Reply #2 on: October 19, 2019, 05:24:49 PM »
I will try to make it work. My guess is that because HFS also uses Apache for authentication it somehow collides with the cookies of the reverse proxy. And HFS is exactly what I need, all those OwnCloud and NextCloud apps are just too advanced. HFS is the perfect thing for hosting my external hard drive on the internet.