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I have setup Apache server on Red Hat Linux release 5.2 (Apollo). If I browse that system through a browser, I can see  webpages if it is in HTML extension. If it is in HTM extension, whole HTML source code will be displayed on the browser instead of page.

How to correct this?
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The config file that you want to check is mime.types which can be found in your Apache conf directory. Edit the file and add htm to the following line:

text/html           html htm

save your changes and restart Apache. Reload the page in your browser, if you use Explorer or Netscape, make sure that you do a <SHIFT> reload or else you may reload a cached copy.
Apache should now recognize it as HTML now

Hope that helps
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