Mirrors & http support
admin at flosoft.biz
Wed Oct 29 12:40:49 GMT 2008
have you ever got the dirlisting to work on lighttpd?
I am currently moving all our mirrors to a new machine with lighttpd.
But I would like to have the dirlisting work.
I tried enabling: dir-listing.show-header = "enable"
But this uses HEADER.txt not .html.
Any help would be appreciated.
On 07 May 2008, at 16:30, Francois Petillon wrote:
> A few months ago, I was requested to support http on my server
> (ftp.free.fr) as fr.(releases|archive).ubuntu.com was having load
> issues. As I was looking for an efficient daemon (I was looking for a
> daemon supporting posix_fadvise and that allows to block range-
> I search a little bit and started to work with lighttd.
> But Ubuntu mirrors need to support an apache-like dirlisting so I
> had to
> patch lighttpd. The result is viewable at http://ubuntu.mirrors.proxad.net/
> As Apache, lighttpd will look for .htaccess to get dirlisting
> configuration (IndexIgnore, HeaderName, ReadmeName, AddDescription,
> AddIcon are used, Redirect & IndexOptions are dropped) but it will not
> recurse directories to find one. 'Redirect' entries are parsed once a
> day to setup lighttpd configuration file.
> So I would like to know if this support is sufficient for an ubuntu
> mirror... :-)
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