|Subject:||Re: Can't get SSI to work|
|Posted by:||patpro ~ Patrick Proniewski (patp…@boleskine.patpro.net)|
|Date:||Mon, 20 Aug 2012|
In article <a9ep36F43p…@mid.individual.net>,
Bruce Bowler <bbowl…@bigelow.org> wrote:
> Relative newbie here (but I'm sure that'll be obvious soon enough :-)
> I used to manage a machine (2+ years ago) that ran centos and apache.
> That machine has been replaced by one running ubunto and apache2. On the
> old machine, <-- #include directives "just worked". Now I can't seem to
> get them to work to save my life.
> I've enabled mod_include.
> I've added Options +Include to my httpd.conf.
> I've restarted apache
> No love. No errors, no warnings, no mention of anything in access or
> error logs.
> Any ideas most appreciated. It's a private machine behind a firewall so
> even "insecure" suggestions welcome.
And your file is properly parsed? I mean, it's a regular index.html, or
it's a index.shtml (.shtml calls for the mod_include parser, IIRC).
Can't get SSI to work posted by Bruce Bowler on 20 Aug 2012