> I am running a webserver on a Sun Ultra10 using apache. It is only
> accessible on my corporate intranet. One problem is really hindering it.
> If I alter a page (like index.html for instance) people don't see it
> until the press the Refresh button on their browser. This is despite
> whether they've been logged out or even had their computer switched off.
> There is only one option that seems relevant int he apache config file -
> that of telling proxy servers not to cache documents that that is set
> correctly. Is there anything else I can do?
"I don't pretend I have all the answers/Just the obvious ones"
--_Backbone_ by Baby Animals
Homepage down until further notice.
I dont want to et into a discussion about what innappropriate is.
Does linux or apache have some options to filter out some of the worst offenders for kids