Feb 18, '03 10:22:00AM • Contributed by: tim1724
Mac OS X 10.2.4 includes a new Apache module called mod_rendezvous_apple. When you install the 10.2.4 update, it will replace your Apache configuration (in /etc/httpd/httpd.conf) with a new file which includes lines to load and enable the new module. Note: If you want to get at your previous configuration, it's saved in /etc/httpd/httpd.conf.applesaved.
One of the cool things about Apple's mod_rendezvous_apple is that it can register individual user's sites with Rendezvous. It's somewhat annoying, however, if you have a large number of users, as this results in a very long "Rendezvous" entry in your Safari bookmarks.
It's easy to turn this off, though. Edit the /etc/httpd/httpd.conf file (you'll need root permissions for this) and find the following lines: (they are near the end of the file)
Either replace "all-users" with the names of the users whose sites you want to be registered with Rendezvous, or just remove the line (or comment it out by putting # at the beginning of the line) if you don't want any user sites to be registered.
<IfModule mod_rendezvous_apple.c> RegisterUserSite all-users RegisterDefaultSite </IfModule>