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Re: Apache requires a trailing slash on URLs

> I installed the Apache package. The only problem it's giving me is
> that, when I specify a URL of a directory (like "http://www.blah.com/snot";),
> it says that it's not found. If I add the slash, it does find it.

The slash on the end of the name is required. Nobody supplies it, though,
and most HTTP servers react by sending a REDIRECT message to the name with
a slash appended if the user gives the name without a slash. I don't know
why Apache wouldn't do this.


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