Do nginx do not auto differentiate the file name and directory name in the url?
bisente at bisente.com
Sun Feb 28 10:39:26 MSK 2010
You mean something like Apache's mod_dir's DirectorySlash. I've just tried and it works atomatically for me on a clean nginx install, no need to configure anything.
When you visit localhost/myweb, besides IE giving an error, does the address turn to "myweb/" or not? Is nginx correctly issuing the HTTP 301 redirect? Can you try with Firefox and the LiveHTTPHeaders extension and verify this?
Could you post your config?
El 27/02/2010, a las 10:32, ultrawind escribió:
> I 'm sorry for my bad english, i hope you can help me.
> I already setup the nginx and php.
> while i visit "http://localhost/myweb"
> the server return "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"
> while i visit "http://localhost/myweb/"
> then i can visit naturaly.
> how can i solve this problem?
> Should i config the nginx.conf file ?
> Posted at Nginx Forum: http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,57890,57890#msg-57890
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