Ha, that’s a dodgy-sounding title if I ever heard one. If you’re
reading this, then I’ll assure you that these instructions are real,
open, and free, and that I’ve used them to unlock my device. Read on…
Update: I should mention that hexecute’s site at ...
If you’re finding that you’re using Fanstatic to
serve static resources within your Python-based server process, you may be left
scracthing your head if you suddenly find that resources aren’t being served
correctly. For me, this was manifesting as an incorrect Content-Type
header, always being set to ...
Just created a new Shibboleth Service Provider (SP) instance and found an
Identity Providers (IdPs) is not releasing attributes to you? Don’t
worry, you’re not alone. In fact, the issue is far more common than you think,
despite a lack of documentation on the web.
If you’re using uWSGI with XML support (this is its default), then it will
be requiring you to have libxml2 installed — or something similar that
provides xml-config. What you’ll find is some erratic behaviour (or
complete failure) when attempting to serve an application that is also
relying on ...
tl;dr: You can have Nginx with Shibboleth. Rebuild Shibboleth with
FastCGI support, and recompile Nginx with a custom module:
https://bitbucket.org/davidjb/ngx_http_auth_request_module. You can now
run the Shibboleth FastCGI authorizer and responder applications and
Good news! The Shibboleth SP software features FastCGI authorizer and
responder applications for use with your favourite non-Apache and non-IIS
web server. Unfortunately, the default distributions don’t come with it
built by default. I’m looking into why this is the case, but for now
here’s how ...
Have you recently installed the Shibboleth SP software and found that
the error pages the software is generating are missing the Shibboleth logo?
If so, it’s because those error pages are attempting to display a logo
(typically /shibboleth-sp/logo.jpg by default) but the logo of the Griffin
After a switching away from Apache some time ago, our primary web server
had been running Cherokee for quite a while
- since September 2011, in fact, looking back at the configuration history.
More recently, however, I’ve switched us again. This time to Nginx - with impressive improvements in performance and ...