Re: Apache Error: srm.conf
Subject: Apache Error: srm.conf
Date: Wed, Dec 27, 2000 at 03:19:13PM -0600
In reply to:Rob VanFleet
Quoting Rob VanFleet(firstname.lastname@example.org):
> Apache has been running fine for some time now, and for some reason (I suppose
> it was from something being upgraded, but I don't remember seeing anything
> apache related) I'm now getting this error whenever attempting to start apache:
> Syntax error on line 133 of /etc/apache/srm.conf:
> Invalid command 'AddDefaultCharsetName', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a
> module not included in the server configuration
> I'm somewhat leery of removing the offending line, as it seems to be a security
> fix for cross-site scripting. Here are the values from
> AddDefaultCharset on
> AddDefaultCharsetName iso-8859-1
> Anyone know how to fix this without possibly opening up the server to security
Well here is what I got
VT1 root-Deb-Potato:~# grep AddDefaultCharsetName /etc/apache/*.conf
No expert here but I don't get that error.
:-) HTH, YMMV, HAND :-)
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