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Hi,

 How can i see detailed directory listing with apache2? In apache1.3, in addition to the file name, it also displays date and size. But in apache2 I'm seeing only the file name. I think mod_autoindex/ fancy indexing is needed in apache2 for this. How can we enable this in apache2..? Any idea?
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Under a <Directory /foo>, try something like this...

 IndexOptions +ScanHTMLTitles -IconsAreLinks FancyIndexing

Reference:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_autoindex.html

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