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Re: Passing 404s to Apache?


AFAIK, tux works that way.  Let's say you configure it to pass through
the .php requests and statics requests are handled by tux.  If you make
a request to a non valid URL, even if it is static (.html, .css, .js,
images, etc), tux will pass the request to apache to be handled. So
apache has the last word in declaring whether the request is a 404 or

At least that's the way I see it in my setup.


El jue, 03-03-2005 a las 10:33 -0600, Adrian Holovaty escribió:
> Hello,
> Is it possible to configure Tux to pass all 404s to Apache, so that Apache can 
> perform an action (rewriting, redirecting, etc.) on the URL if necessary?
> I found a message from 2003 in the list archives that asked the same question, 
> but it wasn't answered:
> http://www.redhat.com/archives/tux-list/2003-October/msg00004.html
> I'm on Tux 3.2.19 on Red Hat ES. Thanks for any help.
> Adrian
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