2007/9/12, Mel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> On Wednesday 12 September 2007 20:51:52 Zbigniew Szalbot wrote:
> > There's only one problem left to be solved - files with php extensions
> > are not really shown in browser until I click RELOAD. Files with html
> > extensions are shown without the need to reload. Thanks for your
> > patience!

Actually, maybe my description should be corrected - that is when I
want to access a directory where index.php resides, apache will just
display this directory content. But when I click (not reload) the php
file, page is loaded correctly.

> To try and come to the cause, take Indexes outof Options for a given
> directory/location. It should give a Forbidden at that time, reason will be
> in error log, the exact request should be in access log. Look for subtle
> differences if there are any - between the forbidden and the reloaded page
> (like ending slash or what not).

I did it for one directory where it was defined and I did get 403
error. So reading httpd-error.log:
Directory index forbidden by rule: /usr/local/www/data/test/

"GET / HTTP/1.1" 403 302

Maybe I will have to say reconcile with php 4.4.7 after all.

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