Php files are not being browse

Hal Burgiss hal at
Thu Aug 4 14:01:57 UTC 2011

On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 9:51 AM, Jordon Bedwell <jordon at> wrote:

> On 04/08/11 08:35, Hal Burgiss wrote:
> > True, only if it is installed but not enabled. If enabled, the contents
> are
> > identical in both places.
> >
> >     /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/* are just symbolics to ../mods-available
> >
> > If the symlink does not exist, then the module is not enabled. If the
> symlink
> > does exist the contents are identical in both locations as I referenced
> and this
> > tells us that the module is enabled (or not).
> While I hate to argue semantics here, they are never identical in "both
> places" because a symbolic link is nothing but a forward to the source
> so it's only in one place and forwarded from another.
Please ... the contents* are identical, if the symlink exists* ... which it
should if its enabled. The original point was to see if the file was there
at all and not to quibble of the meaning of "identical".

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