[thelist] WARNING !!

Damien COLA damiencola at wanadoo.fr
Tue Jan 6 14:36:05 CST 2004

Please, don't open the attachment of the last email looking like coming
from me (RE: [thelist] mod_rewrite problem... again...) !!
It's not me who sent the email although there's my name and the text is
a copy of an email I've sent to the list ages ago.. It must be a virus,
so don't even open it, I wouldn't have sent an attachement to the list,

Plus my name is correct, but the email address isn't coz mine is
@wanadoo.fr no simplelogica.net

I thought evolt already had a macanism to prevent attachment being sent
to the list...

It's not me who has a virus, you know it's something else.


-----Original Message-----
From: Damien COLA [mailto:damiencola at simplelogica.net] 
Sent: mardi 6 janvier 2004 20:34
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: RE: [thelist] mod_rewrite problem... again...

Hi Dustan,

I know NOTHING of those rules, but what it does if you put the last rule
first ? (RewriteRule ^seminars/?$ seminars.php [L]) I could be something
like cascading style sheets where the last rule override previous rules.
I know you said if you remove the last rule it's the same effect (and
it's strange) but try anyway.

To answer your first question as for a clue, it may be because the rule
RewriteRule ^seminars/?$ seminars.php [L] isn't goog enough, are you
sure that "?" means any filename after that, or anything after that ?
But still strange thing is that if you remove the rule, it still has the
same effect, so strange if you ask me. Perhaps you have already a
.htaccess in a parent folder that has this rule implemented, otherwise,
why would it do that if there's no rule teling it to do it ?

  Damien COLA

-----Original Message-----
Can anyone give me a clue as to why, when I vist the urls:

This isn't the first time I've encountered such a problem, but I've
never been 
able to fix it before.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Many thanks - Dunstan


Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 13:41:09 +0100
From: "Michele Neylon:: Blacknight Solutions"

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