TUX supports three types of MIME types starting with version 2.0.13 and kernel patch 2.4.2-P3. They are defined in /etc/tux.mime.types.
Table 3-4. MIME Types
|MIME Type||File Extension||Description|
|TUX/redirect||pl php||All extensions listed after TUX/redirect will be redirected to the secondary server.|
|TUX/CGI||cgi pl||All extensions listed after TUX/CGI will be handled by the TUX CGI engine directly.|
|TUX/module||tux x||All extensions listed after TUX/module will be handled by TUX userspace modules.|
The TUX/redirect MIME type will redirect all requests to files ending in .pl or .php to Apache, without having to check for file permissions.
The TUX/CGI MIME type specify scripts that should be located in the $DOCROOT/cgi-bin directory, or the directory specified by the cgiroot parameter. Refer to the section called Parameters for details.
Refer to Chapter 5 for details about the TUX/module MIME type.