Bug#496080: apache2 ceased to correctly serve foo.html.es files as spanish text/html and changed to serve as text/ecmascript
On 2008-09-05 23:42, Noel David Torres Taño wrote:
> El Friday 05 September 2008 22:52:33 Stefan Fritsch escribió:
> > On Friday 22 August 2008, Noel Torres wrote:
> > > I used to have an index.html.es and an index.html.en in each
> > > directory, to use mod_negotiation to serve the adequate one. It
> > > worked until the upgrade. Now, all *.html.es files are served as
> > > mimetype text/ecmascript which made them absolutely unusable.
> > this was changed in /etc/mime.types in the mime-support package. Can
> > you please try if adding
> > RemoveType es
> > to /etc/apache2/mods-available/mime.conf fixes the problem?
> It works, thanks. Can you add it to the default mime.conf shipped with the next version?
Unfortunately, this workaround does not work for me. I have to
comment out the ecmascript line in /etc/mime.types and restart
apache to make Spanish work again. Could you please verify?