Re: Problem with apache and includes
Chad D. Zimmerman
On Fri, 18 Apr 1997, Andree Leidenfrost wrote:
> I have apache-1.1.3-6 up and running on an otherwise basically
> Debian-1.2.9 system. Everything is running fine so far, the only real
> problem is that server includes are not working. Maybe it is worth
> mentioning that the machine was in fact updated from an older Slackware
> distribution recently (where server includes used to work) and I decided
> to also change the http server from CERN to Apache.
> Ok, what I would like is that lines like the following work again (as
> they did before with the CERN server):
> <!--#exec cmd="echo `hostcount -i $REMOTE_HOST -t ''`"-->
> I understand that server includes are turned off in the standard
> access.conf file. Consequently I turned 'Includes' globally for the
> whole document root:
> <Directory /home/www-data/webspace>
> Options Includes
> AllowOverride None
> order allow,deny
> allow from all
No wonder... this isn't for server side includes.. Includes ARE turned on
by default. It is the .html extension, it is called out by default
.shtml3 I think.. it is in one of the .conf files.. for get which right
now though. Eirther use the name that is called out there, or go edit it
like I did so that it is .html
> Unfortunately this didn't yield the desired result. I read some more of
> the documentation and tried some other things but without any success so
> far. So, I am completely clueless and would be very grateful to any help
> and hint!
> Heaps of thanks in advance,
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