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From c...@hyperreal.org
Subject cvs commit: apache-1.3/htdocs/manual/misc FAQ.html
Date Wed, 30 Sep 1998 15:19:02 GMT
coar        98/09/30 08:19:01

  Modified:    htdocs/manual/misc FAQ.html
  Log:
  	If this isn't a FAQ, I don't know what it is.  And I don't want to
  	guess.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.131     +38 -1     apache-1.3/htdocs/manual/misc/FAQ.html
  
  Index: FAQ.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache-1.3/htdocs/manual/misc/FAQ.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.130
  retrieving revision 1.131
  diff -u -r1.130 -r1.131
  --- FAQ.html	1998/09/27 17:36:12	1.130
  +++ FAQ.html	1998/09/30 15:19:00	1.131
  @@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
     <!--#include virtual="header.html" -->
     <H1 ALIGN="CENTER">Apache Server Frequently Asked Questions</H1>
     <P>
  -  $Revision: 1.130 $ ($Date: 1998/09/27 17:36:12 $)
  +  $Revision: 1.131 $ ($Date: 1998/09/30 15:19:00 $)
     </P>
     <P>
     The latest version of this FAQ is always available from the main
  @@ -298,6 +298,12 @@
      </LI>
      <LI><A HREF="#aixccbug">Why am I getting "<SAMP>Expected &lt/Directory&gt;
           but saw &lt;/Directory&gt;</SAMP>" when I try to start Apache?</A>
  +   </LI>
  +   <LI><A HREF="#domination">Why has Apache stolen my favourite site's
  +        Internet address?</A>
  +   </LI>
  +   <LI><A HREF="#apspam">Why am I getting spam mail from the Apache site?</A>
  +   </LI>
     </OL>
    </LI>
   </UL>
  @@ -2366,6 +2372,37 @@
      This is a known problem with certain versions of the AIX C compiler.
      IBM are working on a solution, and the issue is being tracked by
      <A HREF="http://bugs.apache.org/index/full/2312">problem report #2312</A>.
  +   </P>
  +   <HR>
  +  </LI>
  +  <LI><A NAME="domination"><STRONG>Why has Apache stolen my favourite
site's
  +       Internet address?</STRONG></A>
  +   <P>
  +   The simple answer is: "It hasn't."  This misconception is usually
  +   caused by the site in question having migrated to the Apache Web
  +   server software, but not having migrated the site's content yet.  When
  +   Apache is installed, the default page that gets installed tells the
  +   Webmaster the installation was successful.  The expectation is that
  +   this default page will be replaced with the site's real content.
  +   If it doesn't, complain to the Webmaster, not to the Apache project --
  +   we just make the software and aren't responsible for what people
  +   do (or don't do) with it.
  +   </P>
  +   <HR>
  +  </LI>
  +  <LI><A NAME="apspam"><STRONG>Why am I getting spam mail from the
  +       Apache site?</STRONG></A>
  +   <P>
  +   The short answer is: "You aren't."  Usually when someone thinks the
  +   Apache site is originating spam, it's because they've traced the
  +   spam to a Web site, and the Web site says it's using Apache.  See the
  +   <A HREF="#domination">previous FAQ entry</A> for more details on this
  +   phenomenon.
  +   </P>
  +   <P>
  +   No marketing spam originates from the Apache site.  The only mail
  +   that comes from the site goes only to addresses that have been
  +   <EM>requested</EM> to receive the mail.
      </P>
      <HR>
     </LI>
  
  
  

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