[Setup] Apache 2.2 rewrite rules

pacoverde glenn at elaw.org
Wed Nov 7 22:33:35 UTC 2007



deesto wrote:
> 
> 
> pacoverde wrote:
>> 
>> Does anyone see anything blatantly wrong with this rewrite rule?
>> 
>> RewriteEngine On
>> RewriteRule ^/(.*) \
>> http://localhost:11080/VirtualHostBase/http/www.example.org:80/plone_site/site/VirtualHostRoot/$1
>> [L,P]
>> 
>> I can access the ZMI directly via the "www.example.org:11080" URL, but
>> just get a 403 Forbidden error when accessing anything at www.example.org
>> or below. I have tried:
>> 
>> RewriteRule ^/(.*) \
>> http://www.example.org:11080/VirtualHostBase/http/www.example.org:80/plone_site/site/VirtualHostRoot/$1
>> [L,P]
>> 
> Just a guess, but is there a reason for having both "plone_site" and
> "site" in the VH path?  Have you tried one or the other (is there a
> difference?)?  Try just the object name of your Plone site?
> 
> 

Well, the Plone site's object name, "site" (really, "elaw"), is in a folder
named "plone_site" (really, "elaw_site".) Trying to access it by using just
"site" (i.e. just "elaw") fails in the same manner.

Any other thoughts?
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Glenn
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