I am posting this for completeness - and also because if you rely on
people being able to access your "ordinary" websites through the google
keitai (wml?) proxy, you need to know that as things stand, the proxy
barfs with a 406 error and displays a "no appropriate content" error.
The main google spider does not, at present, have this problem, AFAIK -
or the vast majority of browsers. So it may affect you, but you be
unaware of the fact...
You will get a 406 error if you allow multiviews in your httpd.conf or
a .htaccess file and you use php recommended Addtype declarations such
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php php3 php4 phtml
AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps
Instead, under Apache 2.x only, you should consider using:
AddHandler php-script php
AddType text/html php
There is no workaround for apache 1.3 AFAIK.
Multiviews is often used with url parsing under php.
see: http://tranchant.plus.com/notes/multiviews for the gory details.
I am still testing this, so I don't know what problems it might bring
- oh - happy klismus...
On Mon, 20 Dec 2004, nick may wrote:
> I suspect this is to do with language negotiation in Apache.
> Anyone know what the google keitai proxy is sending that my server is
> barfing on - and a fix?
Received on Sat Dec 25 12:40:23 2004