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Re: [K12OSN] Apache2 and index.php or index.html



As far as I can tell, the directoryindex is set correctly. It contains index.html index.php index.xhtml

But, it is set in the 000-default directory. When I try to open it from a browser without the index.php or index.html, the browser presents me with a "save File" dialog, with "" for the filename and it doesn't list any file to be saved.

I will never have more than one virtual host on this machine so is there a way to get rid of all the virtualhost stuff and get to a simple single setup?

Could it be that the default and the 000-default are two different virtual hosts?

If so, where would I find the directoryindex for the default site?

Thanks!

Doug

Doug Simpson
Technology Specialist
De Queen Public Schools
De Queen, AR
simpsond leopards k12 ar us

>>> Nils Breunese <nils breun nl> 2/15/2008 8:31 AM >>>
Doug Simpson wrote:

> Hi gang!
>
> On a debian install, apache2, I cannot get it to display index.html  
> or index.php when they are in documentroot. Only when they are in a  
> directory called /var/www/apache2-default.
>
> If I have them in /var/www which is the document root, they will not  
> display using http://sitename/ but they will display if you enter http://sitename/index.html 
>  or index.php.
>
> Where can I go look  for the setting to fix this?
>
> Apache2 is far different from 1 as far as configuration!

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_dir.html#directoryindex 

(This worked the same under Apache 1.3 by the way: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/mod/mod_dir.html 
  )

Nils Breunese.

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