[CentOS] Apache DirectoryIndex

Kirk Bocek t004 at kbocek.com
Fri Oct 13 15:15:37 UTC 2006

Everything is an option. That's why I like Linux! :)

DirectoryIndex seems to be the easiest and most direct route, since it can be
set on a directory-by-directory basis. I was hoping someone could point out
either my mistake or some hidden Apache behavior.

Thanks for the suggestion.

Kirk Bocek

Barry Brimer wrote:
>> I'd like to change the DirectoryIndex document for just the
>> DocumentRoot, leaving the default DirectoryIndex setting for all other
>> directories. However, when I set DirectoryIndex in the <Directory
>> "/var/www/html"> section of /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf it seems to set
>> it for *all* directories.
>> DirectoryIndex doesn't seem to be allowed in .htaccess either.
> It seems like something that could be done with mod_rewrite or a
> RedirectMatch.  Are those options for you?
> Barry
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