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From Randy Terbush <ra...@zyzzyva.com>
Subject Re: config/248: Several config file directives reported as "invalid command" on startup (fwd)
Date Mon, 24 Mar 1997 15:36:57 GMT

*We* aren't distributing binaries, but it appears Red Hat is.  Joy.


> What binary is this? I thought we weren't building binaries until
> releases were cut, for precisely this reason.
> 
> ----- Forwarded message from Keith Jamieson -----
> 
> >From apache-bugdb-owner@apache.org Mon Mar 24 10:10:09 1997
> Delivered-To: apache-bugdb@qmail.hyperreal.com
> MBOX-Line: From apache-bugdb-owner@apache.org  Mon Mar 24 07:10:03 1997
> Date: Mon, 24 Mar 1997 07:10:01 -0800 (PST)
> Message-Id: <199703241510.HAA09132@taz.hyperreal.com>
> From: Keith Jamieson <kjamieson@home.amerimax-inc.com>
> Reply-To: Keith Jamieson <kjamieson@home.amerimax-inc.com>
> To: apache-bugdb@apache.org
> Cc: apache-bugdb@apache.org
> Subject: config/248: Several config file directives reported as "invalid command" on
startup
> In-Reply-To: Your message of Mon, 24 Mar 1997 07:09:41 -0800 (PST)
> 	<199703241509.HAA09101@taz.hyperreal.com>
> Sender: apache-bugdb-owner@apache.org
> Precedence: bulk
> 
> 
> >Number:         248
> >Category:       config
> >Synopsis:       Several config file directives reported as "invalid command" on startup
> >Confidential:   no
> >Severity:       serious
> >Priority:       medium
> >Responsible:    apache (Apache HTTP Project)
> >State:          open
> >Class:          sw-bug
> >Submitter-Id:   apache
> >Arrival-Date:   Mon Mar 24 07:10:01 1997
> >Originator:     kjamieson@home.amerimax-inc.com
> >Organization:
> apache
> >Release:        1.2b7
> >Environment:
> Linux 1.2.13 (Red Hat 2.1)
> >Description:
> I downloaded the 1.2b7 binary and made the appropriate edits to the new 
> config files to match the previous environment (the pre-1.0 Apache included
> in Red Hat 2.1).  Starting httpd failed repeatedly until I commented out 
> a number of directives, including UserDir, Alias, ScriptAlias and 
> LanguagePriority in srm.conf, and BrowserMatch in httpd.conf.  These are 
> reported as syntax errors - "invalid command".  The server appears to work 
> normally without these directives, except that Fancy Indexing returns the
> generic "torn icon" for everything instead of the appropriate file type icon.
> >How-To-Repeat:
> This is currently an internal web server with no access from the Internet.
> >Fix:
> 
> >Audit-Trail:
> >Unformatted:
> 
> 
> 
> ----- End of forwarded message from Keith Jamieson -----
> 
> -- 
> chuck
> Chuck Murcko            The Topsail Group             West Chester PA USA
> chuck@topsail.org




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