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Re: Apache delivering the wrong file

On Sun, Jun 18, 2006 at 04:57:01PM +0200, Martin Schulze wrote:
> That's sufficient and even works with Apache 1.3.  Wonderful!
> Do we have a framework to tell the mirrors that they should alter their 
> webserver configuration?

Not to my knowledge. You could put the information on
<http://www.debian.org/mirror/webmirror>, but I doubt anyone will care.

So... another try at fixing the problem: Rename the files such that we 


and then link to the HTML content as "foo.html", not "foo". MultiViews will 
ignore the .ics file.

As an added advantage of this scheme, old links to the pages (from external 
sites or elsewhere on debian.org) will continue to work in most browsers.

You'll have to do a little hacking somewhere in index.include. Changing the 
order of the extensions might becomem a bit ugly in the Makefile... hm, 
maybe renaming the .ics file would be easier.



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