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Tux does that by default. Just don't make the mistake of having a file called 404.html in your root directory. Looking at that article, there are 3 things that make me think something isn't right. 1, there is a ? in the url which Tux will pass to the backend 2, php, unless tux.mime.types isn't set to redirect php, Tux would parse it 3, I believe tux logs the 404 even though it passes it to the backend On Thu, 2005-03-03 at 10:33 -0600, Adrian Holovaty wrote: > Hello, > > Is it possible to configure Tux to pass all 404s to Apache, so that Apache can > perform an action (rewriting, redirecting, etc.) on the URL if necessary?
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