RE: HeaderName in Apache autoindex
That worked like a charm. I changed it to text/html for my purposes
have a nice day,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: will trillich [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, June 30, 2000 17:33
> To: Chris Nolan; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: HeaderName in Apache autoindex
> well i got one promising reply, which i admit i haven't
> had time to check out:
> w trillich wrote:
> > speaking of autoindex issues-- i can't get apache to
> > display the HEADER or README files (above and
> > below the tabular file listing), and when i posted
> > my most recent question, someone else piped up and
> > said they've got the same snag.
> > is there a configuration that turns off the inclusion
> > of plain text header/footer? it seems to be site-wide
> > for us...
> Add something like this for the <Directory> sections you want
> to have display the header and footer:
> <Files ~ "(README|HEADER)$">
> ForceType text/plain
> Apparantly the DefaultType setting isn't being honored for this
> case. Sorry if this was already answered, but I didn't see it
> come up.
> ( Mike Brownlow | http://wsmake.org/~mike/ | http://wsmake.org/ )
> ( "A scorner seeketh wisdom, and findeth it not: but knowledge )
> ( is easy unto him that understandeth." Proverbs 14:6 )
> thanks, mike!
> even if that works, the apache dox say that you can have
> a HEADER.html or README.html file, which also doesn't work
> on our 1.3.9 server...
> so, what we'd already done, instead, was to create our own
> /cgi-bin/index.pl script to generate listings that would
> keep hackers guessing as to what type of server we're
> running. (kinda a roll-our-own deception toolbox, as it were;
> you can spot an apache index listing at fifty paces.) we also
> added filtering capabilities, where the script looks for
> "./.index" and checks for ^\s*(show|hide)\s*=\s*(.*) to know
> what to include/exclude in the grep//,readdir().
> our next step is to make it an Apache::Registry handler instead
> of a resource-hogging cgi script. (once we get these darn
> client demands our of our way...)
> Their is five errers in this sentance.