apache case insensitive regexp

apache case insensitive regexp

Post by Andres Baraval » Wed, 10 Oct 2001 20:16:23

I'm looking for an expression to make http://baravalle.it/forum with
"forum" case insensitive (with .htaccess in home dir).

I tought it was:

RedirectPermanent ^/FORUM\i http://www.baravalle.it/forum

but it doesn't work.
Any suggestion?


1. case-insensitive file system with Apache being case-sensitive.

    does anybody know if I can change Apache from being case-sensitive?
The problem is that I've made a web site with a protected area, when I enter
the URL www.mysite.com/protected , I need to enter a password, but if I
enter www.mysite.com/Protected or www.mysite.com/proTected I enter the web
site without bieng prompt to enter a password.

    The only way I figured out is to configure Apache for all the
possibility, like: protected, Protected, PRotected, etc....

Any help will be appreciated.


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