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From "Joshua Slive" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Disable directory detection?
Date Sat, 09 Dec 2006 19:04:06 GMT
On 12/9/06, Grant <> wrote:
> Hello, apache2 hands off all requests to the interchange daemon via a
> socket.  However, if a request is made like this:
> and the folder "location" exists at the docroot, apache2 appends a "/"
> character to the request before handing it off.  Can I disable this
> behavior?  It is interfering with redirects and I'd rather not offer
> information about the folders in my docroot.

In general, this sounds like a problem with whatever technique you are
using to connect to "interchange" (whatever that is).  But in recent
versions you can work around it with
or just by disabling mod_dir entirely.


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