Close- this is what actually worked-

header ("HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found");

But thanks- it got me on the right track, anyway (i wasn't aware server responses were 
sent from the header)

It doesn't log it in the error_log or send the 404 error page, but i have a custom 
error page- so i just include() it... works beautifully, and agents like wget 
understand there's nothing to grab.

On Sun, 16 Sep 2001 20:44:02 -0800

> MAP> I would like to replace the line
> MAP>         die ("The file you wish to download does not exist");
> MAP> with instead an invocation of the http 404 error.
> Yes You can
> header ("404 Not Found");
> should work
> -- 
> Best regards,
>  GATop                            mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Michael A. Peters

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