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#1: ssi

Posted on 2008-04-18 17:16:13 by shecky

Hi all

I've been searching and searching - I'm totally baffled by my problem.

On my G5, I successfully configured my server and multiple virtual
hosts, etc. When I got my MBP about a year ago, I intended to
duplicate my setup. (btw, both machines are running Tiger). I do have
my various sites loading on their respective ports however the server
side includes are not working. I'm quite certain that httpd.conf is
correctly configured:

LoadModule includes_module libexec/httpd/

<Directory />
Options FollowSymLinks Includes
AllowOverride All

Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews Includes

AddType text/html .shtml
AddHandler server-parsed .shtml

.... however, the SSI are simply not working. The .shtml docs are dupes
of the working version on my live site (remote server) so I know the
markup is solid (I'm fairly expert w/html/css). Also, I've been
working through a php tutorial (I'm a php newbie) so, while php is
obviously installed and working, php includes also fail. The error log
reports no missing include.

What else can I do to track down the cause of this or identify my
mistake if I've made one? Is this possibly a bug? If anyone can shed
some light I'd be mucho grateful.

many thx, svs

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