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From Joseph A Nagy Jr <>
Subject [users@httpd] SSI Problems
Date Sun, 01 Jun 2003 15:38:18 GMT
Okay, I use <!--#flastmod file="file.shtml" --> on my pages so I don't 
have to be bothered with typing in the date myself (and this is entirely 
more accurate). Recently I decided to put <!--#flastmod 
file="file.shtml" --> next to one of my links[0] on all pages in the 
site because someone might want to know what the last thing I did was 
(and when). My problem is that I went into one directory and put
<!--#flastmod file="../important.shtml" --> on the page so it would go 
to the proper document. All I keep getting (even though I've tried
<!--#flastmod file="/../important.shtml" -->
and <!--#flastmod file="/important.shtml" -->) is [an error occurred 
while processing this directive].

Currently I have it set to the last one above (as that's what the rest 
of my links are set to). Any idea's? Running Apache 1.3.27 on RedHat 7.2
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