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From haresh ghoghari <hdghogh...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] ./ Relative paths fail silently / Suse Linux / shell?
Date Sun, 17 Jul 2005 17:49:30 GMT
If you will provide http.conf details or virtual host 
through which you are accessing PhpMyAdmin.
and Installation directory of PhpMyAdmin then  I may
figure out something for you .

-Haresh

--- Autumnal <autumnal@aurora.nulluser.com> wrote:

> 
> Greetings and a quick question. I haven't found info
> on this in
> newsgroup searches, google, or any other searches.
> I'm not sure if
> it's a UNIX/shell issue or an Apache config issue
> that I'm having --
> again, the lack of info is frustrating. It's not
> CGI-language
> specific, either.
> 
> I rediscovered this when trying to install
> phpMyAdmin, which uses the
> path style './some/directory/path' all over the
> place. It fails
> silently, as does any other reference in HTML, PERL,
> you name it to a
> path using ./
> 
> My question is -- how do I enable this in Apache?
> I'd just like to
> access files/scripts this way (most phpMyAdmin)
> while still
> maintaining the accessibility of this format:
> pathname/another/path/file.file, which is the
> default behavior of
> Apache under Suse 9.
> 
> Apologies if this is too basic, but I seem to have
> hit a brick will in
> my quest for info.
> 
> Best,
> ~Autumnal
> 
> 
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