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On Tue, Sep 10, 2002 at 10:39:03AM -0400, Mark Swanson wrote: >> Confirmed - if I create an empty directory foo.domain.com, tux will give >> up and forward the request to Apache, instead of just closing the >> connection. Since the usual response from tux when it's confused is >> something like "page not found", I suspect closing the connection >> without any response is a bug? :-) > I agree, and I'm relying on the current behavior. Some clients refuse to send > the fqdn and use the IP address in the URL. Tux doesn't understand that the > IP address corresponds to www.foo.com. One way to make this work is to create > an empty directory with the IP address as the directory name. Tux then > forwards the request on to Apache. (One such client is from > themindelectric.com (GLUE)). I've asked them to consider sending the fqdn but > they will not so tux needs to support this behavior. So if tux *didn't* rely on the existence of the host/ip directory, and just forwarded the request to ie. Apache whenever it couldn't handle it by itself, that would work for you too.. and you wouldn't have to create empty directories :-) Anyone up for a bughunt? :-) Cheers, HC -- Hans Christian Saustrup Chief of Research/Development Digital Team ApS - a division of Media-I Banegaardspladsen 6, 1TH / DK-8000 Aarhus C / Denmark Value your privacy - use PGP/GPGuard.
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