configuring apache 2.0 to give a custom error message
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So long as the name of the script is listed in DirectoryIndex before any other filename in the directory it will be picked up first. You can then get your php script to check the IP and generate a directory listing.
Depending on what you are trying to acheive you may be able to use the Allow directives and apache's inbuilt directory listings.
What I'm trying to do is simple, I want my self, and a few co-workers to see the directory listing of any directory in my machine....(I do this with a php script), the thing is, I don't know how to tell apache to run that script when someone is trying to acces a directory in my machine....
The best I could do was put an "index.php" file in "/" but it only works when you access that directory...
Can you tell me how to configure apache to do what I want?
Ok, remember I'm in the newbie forum..., which means..., I have no idea about what you just said....
I need a little more...., like what files to change..., what do I do to that file?, just write that in?, where?