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comment How to stop Apache from finding a filename from a URL path (without the extension)
Drupal is not the factor here - in my question, I mentioned that the behaviour happens with a flat html file in a folder orange.html can be displayed by typing test.dev/orange (on my local setup). I supplied the .conf file for the test.dev folder and also the entire puphpet manifest that was used to build the server with vagrant. The mention of Drupal was really background information explaining why I needed /update to "pass thru' apache without it attempting to match it to file, and so allow me to associate the /update as a URL alias with a content page. Thanks for your input @HBruijn
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comment Vagrant set default share permissions
+1 Aal and +1 Fabio: share_folder is pre-Vagrant v1.2, synced_folder is Vagrant v1.2 and after. I use puphpet.com to generate my Manifest but had to do this adjustment in the Vagrantfile.
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Why is this off topic ? This is about CONFIGURING A SERVER !!!
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