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From "Frederik M. Balster-Philips van Buren" <fbals...@batraco.se>
Subject [users@httpd] some questions...
Date Sun, 25 Jan 2004 23:11:42 GMT
Hi, 

'm a complete novice to Apache so I may have plenty of question in 
the beginning. I'll try to read the FAQs and the dokumentation as 
carefully as I can but I'm also a 53yo non-anglosaxon so I may 
sometimes have difficulties understanding those.
I installed the EasyPHP (http://www.easyphp.org/) for Windows 
package. With that came apache 1.3. However somewhere in the docs I 
read that version 2.0 is much more stable and secure with windows. 
So my first question is: can I simply and safely install v 2.0 *over* 
v 1.3?
Second question is: what do the following lines in the log mean:
145.254.214.216 - - [25/Jan/2004:19:51:01 +0100] "GET 
/.hash=aaa8bcf2007237fffc0b3c87f0cca7ee821f4db4 HTTP/1.1" 404 360
145.254.214.216 - - [25/Jan/2004:19:54:50 +0100] "GET 
/.hash=277ef9befc47984a9a4f75ebc3af37b9e69190b5 HTTP/1.1" 404 360

and also

211.226.89.189 - - [25/Jan/2004:21:19:18 +0100] "GET 
/scripts/nsiislog.dll" 404 -

As far as I could discover I have no file with that name. As I said, 
please have patience with me as I'm still learning to interpret the 
logs. Thank you...

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Frederik M. Balster-Philips van Buren
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