|Subject:||Re: Can't get SSI to work|
|Posted by:||Ãlvaro G. Vicario|
|Date:||Tue, 21 Aug 2012|
El 20/08/2012 14:32, Bruce Bowler escribiÃ³/wrote:
> 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 That machine has been replaced by one running ubunto and apache2.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.
Sorry if I'm saying something obvious but Ubuntu is Debian-based and
Debian loves to change the way in which third-party software is configured.
Make sure that:
1. mod_include is actually enabled.
2. Parsed settings contain an output filter for whatever file extension
you are using.
Can't get SSI to work posted by Bruce Bowler on 20 Aug 2012