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From Nick Kew <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Unsupported file format
Date Thu, 17 Aug 2006 12:40:29 GMT
On Thursday 17 August 2006 13:09, K. Moges wrote:
> Hello All,
> I am using Apache Web Server and I want to access a file of the form I
> attached (please find it attached) from the Web-server. It is a simple text
> file. The file type is referred to as:
> <grammar src="http://localhost:8080/wdnet" type="application/x-slf"/> in a
> VoiceXML document from where the file is called.

Erm, you know what localhost is?  And you might need the FAQ
entry about trailing slashes.
> However, the Web server complains about the file type.

The web server does no such thing.  Your client software may be
complaining of something, but you haven't given sufficient information
to say anything useful (and in any case, people on an apache list
won't know about your voicexml application, unless by coincidence).

> I tried to add the 
> type (i.e. "application/x-slf") to the mime.types file under conf
> directory, but it didn't help. What do you suggest?

Try pointing lynx -dump -head at it.

Nick Kew

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