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Where is this message generated

I have just installed mac OS X 10.5 (leopard) on two machines. On one the message 'The requested URL <url> was not found on this server" is displayed if the URL is not present. On the other a directory listing is produced. I've compared the httpd.conf files and they are identical. Does anyone know how/where this message is generated.
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Thanks, but I've been round this loop. The fact is that the httpd.conf files on the two systems are identical (compared them using XTools fileMerge), so the difference in response is being controlled by something else. The crazy thing is that the problem appeared after upgrading both systems to Leopard - now one is OK and the other isn't!?
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Where would I find them (if not in the LocalHost directory).
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