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Old 03-03-2004, 08:20 PM   #1
Red Squirrel
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apache acting weird...


I don't know how to install from source, I tried everything but no success, so instead I'm using apt-get which is 100 times easier.... to some extent. (mysql did not work though).

I got apache and php installed. I have this .htaccess file that forces .htm files to act as php, but for some odd reason, it does not want to execute it, instead I get a download request thingy as if it was a exe file or romething. Why?!?

So I got rid of the .htaccess file, but it still does it! But only to some .htm files, not all.

What's going on? And first of all, why did'nt the .htaccess file work? It works on my host.


AddType application/x-httpd-php .phtml .pwml .php3 .php4 .php .php2 .inc .htm .html
 
Old 03-03-2004, 08:29 PM   #2
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Weird... I renamed the file and it works now, might as well list the ones that don't work, maybe it has to do with the filename or something?

(download request dialog)
/iceteks/humor.htm
/iceteks/index.htm
/iceteks/ud.htm

There's also a /iceteks/zzz-template.htm file and it works, it opens like it should, also there's a /iceteks/services/index.htm, and that too, opens like it should. In fact, I think it's only the 3 files above that don't work. Renaming them works, but that's out of the question, why should I be restricted to certain filenames, there should be a better way. Thanks in advance.

Oh, and I set apache so that index.htm is considered an home page, so now if I type http://borg/iceteks/ it opens, but the rest of the files do as I was saying. (borg is the hostname)

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