Originally posted by shane25119
As to what trickykid was asking above... I really don't understand what you wanted. I asked for clarification and you just ignored me like I was an idiot (you seemed to treat me that way in your posts as well) I thought this site was about helping people out.
What i was stating was do you have mod_include compiled with apache. If your using this xbit that is most likely what you need with apache. My assumption would be the default Debian install of Apache does not include this, your probably better off compiling apache yourself with the modules you need for your shtml pages.
And I didn't ignore you, there's over 170k members here with around 2k posts each day.. I'm not superman and can't remember to followup on every single post..
And if you desperately need help, why did you wait almost a month to followup once again after your last post went unnoticed? Before blaming someone who comes here in their own free time to help people like you but also has his own life to deal with, you should be a little more considerate I even replied to try and help as apparently no one else either knows how to fix your issue or doesn't want to bother cause your not replying with needed information. If you don't know what I asked, you should ask to clarify but now since your whining about it all, that doesn't motivate me to try very hard to help you out now..
So if you want to solve your problem, first, don't paste an apache config from one server to the next unless you know they were compiled exactly alike with all the same options and dependencies..
Secondly, why don't you run apachectl configtest to test your config to make sure everything checks out ok
Thirdly, why don't you check your config to make sure its loading the mod_include module as apparently your xbit shtml files need such module..
And lastly, start following up more often.. if you really need help and it's that important to you and for some reason your thread gets swallowed up (as I can't be around 24 hours waiting for your responses) don't wait a month to followup with more details of things you've tried to do to fix your issue as this site and forums get an average of 2k posts a day, your thread and questions can get pushed down the list very quickly.