Module mod_dirlisting - Directory Listings

Description

mod_dirlisting is one of the modules that is loaded by default and doesn't have to be specified on server.modules to work.

A directory listing is generated if a directory is requested and no index-file was found in that directory.

To enable directory listings globally:

dir-listing.activate = "enable"

If you need it only for a directory, use conditionals:

$HTTP["url"] =~ "^/download($|/)" {
dir-listing.activate = "enable"
}

You can also use an external generator for directory listings if you use mod_indexfile.

index-file.names = ( "/dir-generator.php" )

For those with an old config file, the obsolete value is:

server.indexfiles = ( "/dir-generator.php" )

If a directory is requested, the dir-generator.php is called instead which can take the REQUEST_URI to see which directory was requested.
For large folders this is highly recommended.

The dir-generator.php file can be found at the bottom of this document or at:

http://www.archerseven.com/kittykatt/index.php?page=scripts&sub=lighttpdlisting

Options

dir-listing.activate

enables virtual directory listings if a directory is requested no index-file was found.
default value: disable

dir-listing.hide-dotfiles

if enabled, does not list hidden files in directory listings generated by the dir-listing option.
default value: disable

dir-listing.external-css

path to an external css stylesheet for the directory listing.

dir-listing.exclude

list of regular expressions. Files that match any of the specified regular expressions will be excluded from directory listings.

Use inside of conditionals was broken before 1.4.14. See #1260.

dir-listing.encoding

set a encoding for the generated directory listing.

If your file-system is not using ASCII you have to set the encoding of the filenames as they are put into the HTML listing AS IS (with XML encoding).

Example:

dir-listing.encoding = "utf-8"

default value:

dir-listing.encoding = "iso-8859-1"

dir-listing.show-readme

show the contents of the README.txt file after the directory listing.
default value: disable

dir-listing.hide-readme-file

hide README.txt files from the directory listing.
default value: disable

dir-listing.show-header

show the contents of the HEADER.txt file before the directory listing.
default value: disable

dir-listing.hide-header-file

hide HEADER.txt files from the directory listing.
default value: disable

dir-listing.set-footer

displays a string in the footer of a listing page.
default value: "<PACKAGE_NAME>/<PACKAGE_VERSION>" ie. "lighttpd/1.4.18"

The following 3 options are currently available as of 1.4.23:

dir-listing.encode-header

this option is a boolean.
It gives the ability to provide a valid html file as HEADER.txt, this file is just printed before the actual listing. See also dir-listing.encode-readme.
default value: enable

dir-listing.encode-readme

this option is a boolean.
It gives the ability to provide a valid html file as README.txt, this file is just printed after the actual listing. See also dir-listing.encode-header.
default value: enable

dir-listing.auto-layout

this option is a boolean.
When disabled, it will remove the html part lighttpd was automatically outputing as the start of the page and the end (from <DOCTYPE to <body> and </body></html>). This lets the possibility to take care of those parts in the header and readme files.
default value: enable

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