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Re: Samba and web pages

 Robert Krawitz wrote: 
>    Date: Sat, 08 Mar 2008 02:03:22 -0500 
>    From: MBR <[hidden email]> 
>    Assuming I understand you correctly, you're just typing a directory path 
>    into your browser's address bar, and you'd like some server along the 
>    way to do the right magic so the index page is returned to the browser.   
>    I don't believe this is possible.  Here's why. 
> I think that what Jerry's asking for is that if you browse a directory 
> that contains an index.html file that the browser open that file 
> rather than provide a directory listing. 
> For example, if there is a file /home/rlk/index.html, and I type 
> file:///home/rlk 
> into the browser, the browser should actually provide 
> /home/rlk/index.html. 

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