Re: Apache quirk?
Oh how I do wish I could unsend email. I got to thinking about the situation after I sent the mail and this is what I figured out:
The default conf file for Apache has an alias in it for 'icons' that points to a directory in /usr/share/xxx. This was the problem. As soon as I commented out that alias, and restarted apache everything was smoking.
What was so frustrating is I had already done all of your suggestions :)
Thanks for answering though. I'm brand new to debian but love it already.
On Wed, Aug 23, 2000 at 04:48:19PM -0700, Nate Amsden wrote:
> try loading the graphics directly, make sure the graphics are in a
> directory the webserver can access such as /var/www
> also look at /var/log/apache/error.log
> also check permissions on the graphics files themselves
> Debian User wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > I downloaded the Apache/1.3.12 pkg and installed it fine. I put my html files inside of /var/www/ and then ran apacheconfig and then surfed to localhost. The pages come up fine but no graphics are there. This probably isn't enough information for you guys but I'm not sure what else to include.
> > Bill
> > --
> > Unsubscribe? mail -s unsubscribe email@example.com < /dev/null
> ICQ: 75132336
> Unsubscribe? mail -s unsubscribe firstname.lastname@example.org < /dev/null