From: (Rob McCool)
Newsgroups: comp.infosystems.www
Subject: NCSA httpd 1.0
Date: 13 Dec 1993 06:07:14 GMT
Organization: NCSA
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NCSA httpd 1.0 is now available at URL or
via FTP from in /Web/ncsa_httpd/httpd_1.0.

This is the first non-alpha release, which explains why the version number
is actually readable. If you have been waiting to upgrade your server,
this should be the release to do it with.

Several minor things have changed since 1.0a5, please see the
upgrade notes at if you are
upgrading a server. 

Really quickly: 

   o the htbin stuff is no longer distributed, CGI/1.0 versions of your old
     favorites are included instead 

   o the NCSA script interface (htbin) is still supported via
     OldScriptAlias, with the default ScriptAlias pointing to CGI scripts.

   o A CGI version of imagemap is included, the only differences
     being that you have to manually set the config. file location if your
     ServerRoot is not /usr/local/etc/httpd, and that the file references in
     *.map are virtual instead of physical now. 
   o The AddType directive now works
   o NCSA POST scripts have REMOTE_HOST set

As usual, comments/questions to


Rob McCool,
Software Development Group, National Center for Supercomputing Applications
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