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Sep
3
accepted xdg-mime returns “xprop: unable to open display '' ”
Sep
3
accepted manifest file is not being applied
Aug
30
comment manifest file is not being applied
I've never used puppet before today - purely a learning exercise and there is only one machine involved.
Aug
29
asked manifest file is not being applied
Oct
12
accepted Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
Oct
10
awarded  Teacher
Oct
10
comment Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
I will do that tomorrow. Also, if you find the question or answer helpful, please don't forget to vote.
Oct
10
revised Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
added link to Traq site
Oct
10
answered Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
Oct
10
revised Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
added 278 characters in body
Oct
10
revised Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
added 66 characters in body
Oct
10
revised Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
added 25 characters in body
Oct
10
comment Server reporting incorrect mime type for css files
@Becky - if you happen to run across a solution please post back. I have a similar problem and other than blowing out the entire apache installation and resintalling, I don't know what else to do. css is listed in /etc/mime.types, but is still being served as text/html. serverfault.com/questions/436481/…
Oct
9
revised Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
added 411 characters in body
Oct
9
comment Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
I've added the virtualhost config above. No file type handling that I can see.
Oct
9
revised Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
added 1130 characters in body
Oct
9
asked Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
Oct
9
answered xdg-mime returns “xprop: unable to open display '' ”
Oct
9
asked xdg-mime returns “xprop: unable to open display '' ”
Oct
8
awarded  Supporter