[pkg-lighttpd] fix-root-scriptname

Jonathan Glaschke e-mail at jonathan-glaschke.de
Sat May 2 10:54:41 UTC 2009


there's a bug in the lighttpd version that's included in lenny, making
it impossible to have fastcgi pages at the root path of your domain.

instead of having your site at http://example.com, you're forced to put
it to http://example.com/foo or alike.

Thats bug is known by the lighttpd developers and fixed in newer
versions. To be able to use fastcgi in the root level of my domain, I
applied the fixes of the lighttpd developers to the version that ships
with lenny.

I append the patch to this mail, I would appreciate it very much if this
bug would be fixed.

The Bug can be found here:

The two commits that fix the bug are:

my patch is a merge of those two.

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