Re: apache: AddDefaultCharsetName "invalid command"
On Thu, Feb 01, 2001 at 01:21:34AM -0800, email@example.com wrote:
> on Thu, Feb 01, 2001 at 01:54:30PM +1100, hogan (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > I found when I recently installed Apache, I had to go into configuration
> > file and uncomment all the modules the default configuration quoted..
> > Ie. It used directives it had commented out the loading of the modules for.
> Any idea which specific module? I'll have a long flight to explore this
> on tomorrow....
i wish apache (debian?) would massage the default httpd.conf to
include lots of <ifModule> directives:
DirectoryIndex index.cgi index.html /perl/index.pl
Alias /icons /usr/share/apache/icons
ScriptAlias /cgi-bin /usr/lib/cgi-bin
then when you wanna tinker, you can just comment or un-comment
a couple LoadModule lines, and you're up and running!
to find out which module a config command belongs to,
apt-get install apache-doc
and browse to
(altho /doc is associated with /usr/doc, and apache-doc installs
into /usr/share/doc -- munge your httpd.conf aliases if
hit "modules" to see a by-module listing (which directives does
module xyz support?)
hit "runtime config directives" to get a by-directive listing
(click any of them to see the module-specific features).
unless you're talking about a non-standard module for apache,
but hopefully that also installs similar documentation. if you
have server-info enabled in httpd.conf, browse there and it'll
show which modules are active, and list all their config commands
(and show current settings).
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