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comment Why does my RewriteCond match even though the pattern clearly doesn't match?
FINALLY!!!!!!!!
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comment how do I upgrade from php 5.3 to php 5.4.6 in ubuntu?
Ubuntu 10.04 LTS: sudo: add-apt-repository: command not found
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comment Why is my rewrite rule resulting in “400: Bad Request”?
@JennyD: Yes, you are absolutely correct in both your questions. My other server has the rewrite rules in a htaccess file and also uses RewriteBase /. That explains it then?
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comment Why is my rewrite rule resulting in “400: Bad Request”?
@JennyD: I forgot to specify about the error logs, but I clearly state that the paths work perfectly when I remove the rewrite rule. Updated question.
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