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From r...@imdb.com (Rob Hartill)
Subject Re: possible bug. (fwd)
Date Tue, 16 Jul 1996 17:43:18 GMT

SSI problems with virtual servers. Partially acked.


Date: Tue, 16 Jul 1996 13:26:23 -0400 (EDT)
From: "d. Page" <page@omnet.com>
Reply-To: d.page@omnet.com
To: Rob Hartill <robh@imdb.com>
Subject: Re: possible bug.
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On Tue, 16 Jul 1996, Rob Hartill wrote:
> >Bug: Server Side Includes doesn't seem to be parsed in documents coming
> >	from directories with authentification (ie: with .htaccess files)
> >	regardless of whether the included file is in that directory or not.
> >	Behavior showed up in 1.1.1 and 1.1b0a.
> >
> >In 1.1b0a the bug manifested itself by the server not recognizing the
> >.shtml as something it should parse at all, attempting to send the file
> >to the browser as the x-parsed-blahblahblah mime type.
> >
> >In 1.1.1 this has been cleared up somewhat:  the file is recognized as
> >the html mime type, yet the server-side includes simply do not seem to
> >be parsed at all; the SSI commands are sent as html.
> >
> >Any patches, workarounds, etc would be appreciated.  
> 
> Before I pass the info on to the developers list, can you please try
> the problem URL with authentication switched off. This will eliminate
> other config problems and tie the problem directly to authentication...
> switch authentication off for a moment then back on.
> 

moving the .htaccess file elsewhere makes the virtual includes all begin
parsing.  it seems pretty obviously a problem with the authentification. 

d.

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