I'm comparing two Apache config files (
httpd.conf), one on a CentOS 6.2 VM with Apache 2.2.15 and one on a RedHat 5.8 server with Apache 2.2.3, and I see a strange difference.
UserDir disabled | UserDir disable # directory, remove the "UserDir disabled" line above, an | # directory, remove the "UserDir disable" line above, and
In one case
UserDir disabled is used, and in the other
UserDir disable is used. Didn't see the difference? One ends in
d and the other doesn't—one uses an adjective referring to the resultant state of
UserDir, and the other uses a verb telling what Apache should do to
Which is right? Will both work?
UPDATE: Given that this appears to be a sysadmin error, and not a change in syntax from one version of Apache to another, or a mistake in RedHat's distribution of apache, I'm thinking this question may be useless to others and I should delete it. Thoughts?