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From "Boyle Owen" <>
Subject RE: Mod_perl_1.27 + Apache 1.3.26
Date Fri, 12 Jul 2002 14:39:02 GMT
This has nothing to do with your compilation (which seems OK). Rather it is to do with content-negotiation
between the browser and server. Use:

Options MultiViews

to activate content-negotiation then

LanguagePriority, AddLanguage etc.. - check out the docs for mod_negotiation for details of
how it all works.


Owen Boyle

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Rudolf Wolf []
>Sent: Freitag, 12. Juli 2002 14:55
>Subject: Mod_perl_1.27 + Apache 1.3.26
>I'm newbie in mod_perl. I try to compile mod_perl 1.27 with 
>Apache 1.3.26, I satisfied all prerequisities, succesfully 
>compiled mod_perl, when I use /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -l I 
>can see mod_perl listed in list, but the problem is, that my 
>Apache is not working as before compiling.
>I have Debian 2.2 and Apache has one main ( and 
>one virtual host (
>sova:/usr/src/apache_1.3.26# /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -l
>Compiled-in modules:
>  http_core.c
>  mod_env.c
>  mod_log_config.c
>  mod_mime.c
>  mod_negotiation.c
>  mod_status.c
>  mod_include.c
>  mod_autoindex.c
>  mod_dir.c
>  mod_cgi.c
>  mod_asis.c
>  mod_imap.c
>  mod_actions.c
>  mod_userdir.c
>  mod_alias.c
>  mod_access.c
>  mod_auth.c
>  mod_setenvif.c
>  mod_perl.c
>Before compiling I can used in my browser both web servers and 
>they sent me responses to my GET request, BUT after compiling 
>mod_perl, it doesn't work. When I request 
> or, I get only 
>error message in my browser:
>Not Acceptable
>An appropriate representation of the requested resource / 
>could not be found on this server.
>Available variants:
> , type text/html, language ca
> , type text/html, language cz
> , type text/html, language de
> , type text/html, language da
> , type text/html, language et
>index.html.el , type text/html, language el ..............
>Only one resource is working and it's manual nothing else. 
>When I checked access logs of web servers, there is no log 
>records as I don't request any pages, but before compiling, it 
>was working too. Of course, there is no error log records in error log.
>My compile command line was:
>perl Makefile.PL APACHE_SRC=/usr/src/apache_1.3.26/src 
>make test (everything OK)
>make install
>/etc/init.d/apachectl stop
>/etc/init.d/apachectl start
>Can you help me?
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