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Apache problem on Linux with Netscape

Posted on 1998-11-20
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Hi, Iv got a webpage on Apache running on TurboLinux 2.0. This page displays fine when viewed with Internet exploder, but just displays the source in Netscape. After copying the source to my local hard drive Netscape views it just fine (?) Could this be an Apache issue? If so, how do I fix it?

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Johan
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Hi,

Apache probably sends a wrong content-type header. You can configure this in mime.types in the Apache config dir. It is a bit strange though, content-type: text/html is standard for .htm[l] files.

You can check the headers by telnetting to port 80 and then type:

GET /

followed by two returns.

Alex.
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