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Re: Apache directory listing

OK, it's just struck me.

Would it be due to the fact that the name suggests it's a .bin file extension!

On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 23:23:42 +0100, David Jenkins
<david_(_dot_)_jenkins_(_at_)_gmail_(_dot_)_com> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I've had a look through the mailing list archives and checked google
> but can't seem to find the answer to this.
> I am running OpenBSD 3.5 and using the default apache supplied with
> it. It is not running Chrooted.
> I have added an alias for /usr/src/ to apache so I can easily browse
> the source code via my browser.
> When it displays the directory listing for /usr/src "usr.bin" does not
> have the default icon for a directory next to it like usr.sbin and
> everything else in that directory (except the Makefile). It has the
> default "binary.gif" icon.
> Here is part of the source code for the page.
> <IMG SRC="/icons/folder.gif" ALT="[DIR]"> <A HREF="share/">share/</A>
>                30-Mar-2004 02:13      -
> <IMG SRC="/icons/folder.gif" ALT="[DIR]"> <A HREF="sys/">sys/</A>
>              30-Mar-2004 02:14      -
> <IMG SRC="/icons/binary.gif" ALT="[DIR]"> <A
> HREF="usr.bin/">usr.bin/</A>                30-Mar-2004 02:14      -
> <IMG SRC="/icons/folder.gif" ALT="[DIR]"> <A
> HREF="usr.sbin/">usr.sbin/</A>               30-Mar-2004 02:15      -
> I was just wondering why this is the case, and can it be changed?
> Regards,
> David

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