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    Case sensative apache?

    How can I make apache recognize urls without reguards to case? For instance, I want www.mysite.com/a_folder and www.mysite.com/A_FOLDER to both come up when typed into a browser. I've compiled apache from source. I'm assuming its something i need to add to httpd.conf, but what it is I cannot figure out.

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    Re:Case sensative apache?

    It can be done via mod_spelling. Check it out here for more info.

    http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/mod_speling.html

    It just assume that the wrong case in the URL is just a wrong spelling and try to match to the right spelling making it LOOKS case insensitive. It works MOST of the time but not 100% since all UNIX file systems are case sensitive.

    But then again, something is better than nothing at all.

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