Stephen J. Turnbull
turnbull at sk.tsukuba.ac.jp
Sun Dec 28 01:19:41 CET 2014
Mark Sapiro writes:
> On 12/26/2014 09:21 AM, Greg Sims wrote:
> > Is there a way to have a robots.txt file for the
> > lists.raystedman.org subdomain?
> Absolutely. Just put it in the root directory that contains the page
> which is served when you go to <http://lists.raystedman.org/>. I.e., put
> it where it will be served if you go to
In my case, I'm not even sure where that is (I think it's
/var/www/way/over/there, see below, but there's some funky CGI script
aliasing going on), and anyway it's different from where my fingers
expect to find robots.txt. So I use
Alias /robots.txt /var/www/robots-tracker.xemacs.org
where /var/www is the root of the "file system" I allow Apache to
see. The order of Alias and ScriptAlias matters, IIRC.
Season to taste if your webserver isn't Apache.
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