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From Michael Gordon <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Configuration Problem
Date Sat, 13 Jan 2007 17:10:44 GMT

On 1/12/2007 11:57 PM Michael Gordon created this reply
> Hello,
> I have had several versions of the Apache Server on my Windows PC over 
> the last several years.  Two months ago I had a HD crash and had to 
> reload all programs including Apache.  At this time I opted to download 
> and install the latest official updated release.
> Part of the update required me to modify the config file to my local 
> system, however I have not been able to get everything set for my 
> requirements.
> This Apache server is used as a test bed on Windows XP Pro SR2 so there 
> is no external network connection.
> The problems are as follows:
> SSI is no longer working in a web browser even though the Include 
> directive has been added to the config file.
> Images that are nested inside a simple JavaScript to open a popup window 
> do not work.
> The SSI file and the popup image files are one directory below the web 
> page calling for those files.
> Here is the big road block that points to my config settings, all of the 
> above files are on an Earthlink web server running Apache and all the 
> files display perfectly.
> Can anybody guide me into correcting my standalone server so it will 
> perform as a good test bed?
> Thanks for any assistance.
> Michael Gordon
Correction.  The problem has been found and all is working correctly now.
The problem was entirely mine, I had mistyped one character in a 
directory name that was different between the web site server and my 
local directory name.  A very tiny and hard to see character like the 
difference between a lower case "L" and an upper case"i".

My hand is out for anyone with a "wet noodle".


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