I am an absolute Apache n00b (only messed with lighttpd before), and am a bit overwhelmed with the configuration options. I've just successfully setup a subversion repository using ssl on the standard port 443, and would like to not be serving anything at all on the normal port 80. Is there an easy way to disable that functionality?
Also, my setup is serving a test repository from this address: https://elasticdog.dnsalias.com/svn/test/, and I wondered why it prompted me for a username/password when I remove the <code>/test/</code> portion? If anyone can point me in the right direction for these things, I'd be much obliged...
Comment out the "Listen 80" line.
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