On Thu, 22 Jul 2004, Gary Pigott wrote:
> >> I've got a little problem.... I'm running apache 1.3 on
> >> Debian with PHP4 on a production web server. I did an apt-get
> >> install PHP4 to update to 4.3.8, over this mornings little
> >> security issue. Then the fun starts. The DirectoryIndex
> >> directive in httpd.conf has stopped working! Even though
> >> there's a perfectly valid index.html and/or index.php in the
> >> root directory, apache still displays a full directory
> >> listing. Entering www.foo.com/index.php runs as normal. Does anyone
> >> have any ideas?
> > Have you updated/change the mod_php ?
> > Check your config directory for any changed files. It sounds like a
> > directory option has been change or over-written
>> I commented out mod_php entirely and it still had the same problems.
Might be a bit late, but is apache still checking for index files in
Check the DirectoryIndex line.
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