FreeBSD port of mod_proxy_html is broken
I’ve just submitted a bug report at freebsd.org.
Seems they’re shipping mod_proxy_html 3, but failing to install proxy_html.conf for their users. That means it ships configured to do nothing, where mod_proxy_html 2.x would’ve done its job with W3C HTML or XHTML. In other words, use it as a drop-in replacement for the previous version, and it stops working.
Add to that, they’re shipping version 3.0.0, which has a bug (fixed in 3.0.1) that segfaults in the absence of any ProxyHTMLLinks directive, and thus as-shipped with FreeBSD.
Any users wanting to fix this problem: all you have to do is grab the default proxy_html.conf and Include it into your httpd.conf, and mod_proxy_html is 3.x back to being a drop-in replacement for 2.x, but with new capabilities.
THANKS a LOT for this info 🙂
My mod_proxy_html installation has been broken since I upgraded to 3.0.0 (and continued to be broken with 3.0.1) on my FreeBSD 6 – merging the proxy_html.conf into httpd.conf solved the problem 😀