favicon.ico is the name of the icon file that MS IE uses to customize
Your site must be being added to a few peoples favorites lists.
You have two basic options:
1. live with it
2. use it, stick a file called favicon.ico in the root of your site.
Do a search on the MS site for favicon.ico and you should find out exactly
what it is.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marcin Kasperski" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Zope List Submission" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, July 31, 2000 3:57 PM
Subject: [Zope] Does 'favicon.ico' sound familiar to anyone?
> Recently i started using Zope and so far I have Apache running on port
> 80 and shielding it (I employ ProxyPass and SiteAccess). Quickly after
> starting this configuration I notified a lot of
> File does not exist: [apache document root]/favicon.ico
> messages in Apache error log.
> Does it sounds familiar to anyone? I do not remember myself using file
> of such name anywhere (in fact I do not use any .ico file, I tried
> grepping my files in different ways but without success). Could it be
> some Zope or Apache specific file or should I re-try my grepping
> >From the other side: what strategies would you use to search for such a
> problem source? I tried Zope Find. I downloaded my site via FTP and
> performed recursive grep. I mirrored my site with wget and performed
> recursive grep. No help, no bonus, no results.
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