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Chris Lilley, Computer Graphics Unit (lilley@v5.cgu.mcc.ac.uk)
Wed, 16 Nov 1994 19:05:18 +0100

Stephen Glim writes:

>GET /homepage/glim

I assume you just did this by telnetting to the port your server uis running on,
probably 80.

What you sent was an HTTP 0.9 request. Try issuing a 1.0 request instead:

GET /homepage/glim HTTP/1.0<return>

Then you will get back numeric error codes and other useful headers, which is
what your browser should use to detect that a redirect has ocurred so it goes
and fetches the new document.