However it does not seem to like the link. I've done some research and it seems that the link must be local and not from the server root ...
Ie if 404.html was in the public_html folder the link would be /404.html
I have already seen errordocuments placed ouside the Default root.
How can I achieve this?
If it can be any help I am running Debian Stable (sarge).
My server is running on Debian sarge with apache 2, The main conf file ifor apache2 i s apache2.conf which is at /etc/apache2/apache2.conf
The httpd.conf file is in the same folder but is not used and is only there for compatibility reasons.
I have some news on the subject .. but am still looking for a better way to do this !
I have created an alias "/error_docs_000" to "/var/www/error_docs" and set ErrorDocument to /error_docs_000 this works but has a drawback. if one of my customers creates a page for some reason in a folder which he calls by the same name as the alias his pages won't be visable, this is why I would prefer to be able to put the whole link to the errorDocument !