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    • CommentAuthorddejong
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2005
    So, on a Windows 2000 box, I have Apache 2 and PHP 4.4.0, and I've enabled mod_rewrite. However, when I try to enable cruft-free URLs (and who wouldn't want them?) the server spits a 404. I checked the .htaccess file, and renamed mod_rewrite.c to in the conditional (different filename in Windows), but still the Apache gods are unhappy with me.

    I've tried adding RewriteEngine On and the entire .htaccess directly into httpd.conf to no avail. I don't know whether the directory structure would matter, though I have plogger in a sub-directory of the DocumentRoot, ie. /subdir/plogger. I've checked the server logs, and it tells me just that the files did not exist, which makes me think maybe the mod_rewrite hooks aren't being picked up.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.