On 8/11/18 1:50 PM, Gary Roach wrote:
I see that there is an apache.conf file in the /etc/backuppc directory. My
installation has a symbolic link to that file in the /etc/apache2/conf-enabled
directory. The settings in that file seem to control the backuppc cgi-bin
directory. Here is what in my file:
Debian Stretch OS
I have installed the BackupPC /Apache2 package before and had no trouble
accessing the BackupPC GUI at localhost/backuppc. This time (using apt install
backuppc) I keep getting a window asking if I wish to save a bin file. The
server downloads a file like W6gLcuk0.bin instead of serving up the GUI web
page. I have tried several things suggested on line but nothing seems to work.
Apache2 was installed using the .iso net install disk.
On past installations, the GUI worked out of the box. Not this time.
Any help will be sincerely appreciated.
Alias /backuppc /usr/share/backuppc/cgi-bin/
Allow from all
# Uncomment the line below to ensure that nobody can sniff importanti
# info from network traffic during editing of the BackupPC config or
# when browsing/restoring backups.
# Requires that you have your webserver set up for SSL (https) access.
Options ExecCGI FollowSymlinks
AddHandler cgi-script .cgi
AuthName "BackupPC admin"
Hope this gets you in the right direction.