Subject: Re: A question on links to dirs
To: None <>
From: Julio Merino <>
List: netbsd-docs
Date: 05/14/2002 16:13:36
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On Tue, May 14, 2002 at 07:01:53AM -0700, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> On Tue, 14 May 2002, Julio Merino wrote:
> I believe it should not hardcode in the index.html. That way any search
> engines will index it without "index.html" -- so if one day we choose to
> use php or shtml or other for default DirectoryIndex then we don't have to
> configure index.html to still work (or worry about missing pages).

Ah, I didn't think on search engines :p

> Maybe you could install lightweight http server. I sometimes use a http
> server that is only a few KB and runs via inetd. (I need to package it.)

Well, I don't mind to install a http server. In fact, I have apache on anot=
computer here, and I'm uploading to it my "finished" pages to validate them.
It was just a question. If you want to see how it's going, as said:


Of course it runs NetBSD -
HispaBSD member -
Julio Merino <>

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