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Old 03-30-2008, 04:51 PM   #1
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Mod Rewrite Problem

I made a dumb mistake with a drupal installation and now have a url that is getting a bunch of 404 errors.

The 404 error is for the url

It shows up in webalizer as "taxonomy/term/1/0/feed"

This rewrite rule in .htaccess doesn't work and it's the first rule:
RewriteRule ^taxonomy/term/1/0/feed$ [L,R=301]

Can anyone give me a clue what's wrong with my rewrite rule?


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