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This probably won't make a bit of difference, but if you re-start apache will it work? How about if you remove your original symlinks and then re-create them? Neither of ...
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- 07-16-2008 #11
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- Sep 2007
- Lafayette, IN
This probably won't make a bit of difference, but if you re-start apache will it work? How about if you remove your original symlinks and then re-create them? Neither of those should matter, I wouldn't think, but lets get the little stupid things out of the way.
- 07-16-2008 #12
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- Jun 2008
wow, I actually found what was cookin! ..it wasn't a "little stupid thing", but one thing led to another, and I found my way. I'm not gonna slap my forehead, cause this was no easy cookie to get out of the oven!
Here's whats up:
The scenarios i described are identical, there is no doubt about that. I tried to plough through the httpd.conf _once_more_ for any hints of whats going on...nada. Then when I tailed the access.log while testing those "little stupid things", I also noticed the error.log and it hit me that I hadn't tailed it, so I did and found something weird:
[..] File does not exist: /usr/share/images/p.gif
What the hell!?! usr/share?? where did that come from? ..2 minutes later i found this:
<IfModule mod_alias.c> Alias /images/ /usr/share/images/ <Directory /usr/share/images/ Options MultiViews AllowOverride None Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory> </IfModule>
and there we go. My default httpd.conf had an alias named "images" which kind of overrides the symlink i made...
Case closed! Thank you for letting me help myself hehe