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2011/5/29 Amos Jeffries <squid3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On 29/05/11 23:29, E.S. Rosenberg wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> We would like to create a few cutom errors and have them exist in the
>> most common languages on our campus, I added the custom page to the
>> templates folder, and I added a custom page to one of the languages,
>> however when I browse with auto negotiate set to the language I still
>> just get the English message instead of the language's message (and
>> the localized version is 100% different since we translated it
>> completely).
>> Is there some other step that I missed here?
>  * Squid version must be 3.1 or later.
Check: 3.1.6
>  * error_directory directive MUST be absent from squid.conf.
>  * your new template(s) must be readable by the squid user account. Check
> permissions match the files around them.
>  * browser must be advertising the test language first in the
> Accept-Language header. (Squid processes it left-to-right looking for the
> first available template)
Afaik it is, with other (builtin like ERR_ACCESS_DENIED) pages I get
the translated page just not with the custom page.
> You can see what Squid is doing with "debug_options 4,6"
Ok, it showed me the following: BuildContent: No existing error page language
negotiated for ERR_WORKTIME_ACCESS_DENIED. Using default error file .

Which suggests that the somehow the browser is not sending the
language header with this block page....

BTW. the "float: right" makes the hebrew error messages very
unreadable, direction: rtl; seems to be sufficient (only tested on
IE8-9, FF3.6 and FF4)
Thanks and regards,
> Amos
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