For some reason I can't seem to kill a rewrite in the local apache installation of Leopard. Here's what I've done so far: I've created a new virtual host in httpd-vhosts.conf named test.dev This is pointing to a folder at /Users/myusername/Sites/test There is no .htaccess file in /test or /Sites I've tried disabling MultiViews in the main httpd.conf I've restarted Apache after each change The current behavior I'm try to stop is as follows: If I put foo.php in the root of test.dev, visiting test.dev/foo and test.dev/foo/ both access foo.php. As well, if I change foo.php to foo.html it can be accessed via test.dev/foo but not test.dev/foo/. I want to make it so there is no rewriting happening and these files can only be accessed by calling them directly (e.g. test.dev/foo.php or test.dev/foo.html). Is there something in the default install that's causing this? How can I kill it?