[TriLUG] Apache2 Strange Behavior
bpitzer at gmail.com
Mon Apr 24 10:36:16 EDT 2006
Have you verified the permissions on the file and the containing directory?
On 4/24/06, Brian Blater (BBList) <bblist at ridetta.org> wrote:
> >> On Fri, Apr 21, 2006 at 11:40 am, in message
> <deb2337a0604210840x2830b022i4c4a5c0816505852 at mail.gmail.com>,
> rick.denatale at gmail.com wrote:
> > Look for the option DirectoryIndex somewhere in your configuration
> > files or .htaccess files. This can be in the context of the host
> > configuration, a virtual host configuration, a directory
> > configuration, or .htaccess if AllowOverride Indexes is set.
> The DirectoryIndex in the httpd.conf file has index.html index.html.var.
> The only other DirectoryIndex is is the conf.d/php5.conf file and they are
> index.php. I don't have any .htaccess files at this time.
> > This directive gives the list of urls which Apache will look for in
> > the case of a url ending with a /, the default is index.html but it
> > might be overridden in your case.
> > Options Indexes tells Apache ot generate the html index of a directory
> > in the case that it doesn't find one of the urls specified by
> > DirectoryIndex
> Yes, the Options Indexes does list all the files in the doc root for the
> default server. So, for some reason it is not seeing the index.html in the
> doc root directory even though it is there.
> > HTH
> > --
> > Rick DeNatale
> > Visit the Project Mercury Wiki Site
> > http://www.mercuryspacecraft.com/
> > --
> Any other ideas why apache is not seeing the index.html file even though
> it is clearly there?
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