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From Michelle Konzack <linux4miche...@freenet.de>
Subject [users@httpd] How to disable errors and redirect allways to default.php
Date Fri, 18 Aug 2006 22:57:49 GMT
Hello,

I want  http://domain.tld/
        http://domain.tld/page1
        http://domain.tld/page2
        http://domain.tld/page3
        http://domain.tld/...
        http://domain.tld/<an_interesting_random_word>

but this pages and several 100.000' are handled by only ONE php script.

Exactly, if a user call the website e.g. "http://domain.tld/wtf" it is
automaticaly pointed to default.php (without renaming the link) and the
default.php is looking into a PostgreSQL looking for contents fiting
the virtual file name.

I know, this is possibel with apache, but HOW?

Note:   If the "file" is not found, default.php will handel the error.

Thanks
    Michelle Konzack


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