[Setup] Re: Setup Digest, Vol 52, Issue 5

Goran Sljivic sljivic at simet.hr
Fri Feb 12 12:33:26 UTC 2010


 Check this:


#a2enmod proxy proxy_http rewrite proxy_html

If is required instal next.

# apt-get install libapache2-mod-proxy-html

In /etc/apache2/mods-available/proxy.conf 
you must have.

<IfModule mod_proxy.c>

#turning ProxyRequests on and allowing proxying from all may allow

#spammers to use your proxy to send email.

RewriteEngine On

ProxyRequests Off

<Proxy *>

AddDefaultCharset off

Order deny,allow

# Deny from all

Allow from all

After any change  you must

           #/etc/init.d/apache2 restart

In /etc/apache2/sites-available you must have edit  your site config file.

 before row    </VirtualHost>


RewriteEngine On
RewriteRule ^(.*)$$1 

Save this edit and check in /etc/apache2/sites-enabled  soft link to 
your site config file.
Then restart 

#/etc/init.d/apache2 restart

Good luck,


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> From: Jofen <jofen.kihlstrom at gmail.com>
> Subject: [Setup] Can't get Plone to run on port 80
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> Probably this is an easy thing for the one knowing how to...
> So first of all - what is the context...
> I run ubuntu 9.04
> I have a clean install of apache2
> I have a root, standalone install of the latest plone (unified installer)
> I use dyndns to connect to my computer that acts as a server.
> I have been spending hours of surfing the web, googling about how to make
> Apache play with Plone and I have tested dozens of tips without success...
> Via dyndns I point http://jofen.blogsite.org to my server and if I use that
> adress I get the standard "It works" page in apache.
> If I change the adress to http://jofen.blogsite.org:8080/Plone I can see my
> plone site.
> The only thing I want to do is to make apache serve the visitor with
> the Plone site on the adress http://jofen.blogsite.org (because that adress
> is so much easier to remember than the one with :8080/Plone in the end...
> So I have a virtual host monster in the root of the plone installation
> I have tried many different ways of achieving what I want
> - I have tried a proxy way only using apache as proxy, but got stuck with
> an 'Access denied' problem that I could not figure out. So I tried
> the mod_rewrite way of solving this but it ends up with 'Internal server
> error'
> however I do...
> So - what I want is an easy way of linking my plone site to the adress - 
> and I don't mind how it is done as long as it is working...
> Can anyone point to some kind of step by step guide, some forum thread
> that I might have missed or just give me some tips. I really like Plone but
> this is what made me uninstall about a year ago - the impossible ports
> problem....
> I have understood that there is a way to change Zope so it works on port 80
> or have I misunderstood? Is that easier?
> //Jofen

Goran Sljivic,sistem-inzenjer
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Goran Sljivic,system engineer
 University  of Zagreb
 Faculty of Metallurgy

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