On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 12:10:15PM +0100, Jorge wrote: > Mi web server is apache2 under Debian Squeeze. I've got SSL > Certificate and user authentication (AuthUser), but I can't manage > to show the favicon.ico unless I disable both of them. > > Of course, favicon.ico is in the webroot of the VirtualHost and full > of permissions (just in order to pass the test). I can see the image > if I go to http://www.ejemplo.com/favicon.ico. > > I've tried (despite I don't like this solution) ... > > <head> <link rel="shortcut icon" > href=http://www.ejemplo.com/favicon.ico type="image/x-icon" /> > <title>Hello Word Icon</title> </head> > > ... and it works, despite authentication being enabled, by the time > I go to http://www.ejemplo.com/, but keeps on not showing if I go to > https://www.ejemplo.com/. And if I put href=https ... instead of > href=http ... not even that, I can't see any of them. What do /var/log/apache2/access.log and /var/log/apache2/error.log say on the matter? Have you tried a different browser?
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