The fact that you can access it via the IP address means that you could
probably fix this by setting "UseCanonicalName" to "off".
On Thu, 27 Apr 2000, John Mc Donald wrote:
> I have just installed Apache on my linux box but I am having some
> problems accessing it.
>> If I try to access it by just giving the host name it returns an error
> to the browser stating:
> "Bad Request
>> Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.
>> Client sent malformed Host header"
>> However if I use the IP address it works without problems.
>> Does anyone know off hand what the solution to this problem is?
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