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From Joe Kmoch <km...@whs.edu>
Subject referring to a page on another server
Date Sun, 26 May 2002 04:54:01 GMT
We're using Apache 1.3 and have a main server and a virtual server on port
8080.  I'm trying to create a link to a specific page on the port 8080
server from the main server.  The main server is www.whs.edu and the page
on the virtual server is on /whsevents/gov-visit-05may02/slideshow.html

The document root on the main server is:
	DocumentRoot "/var/apache/htdocs"
and the document root on the virtual server is:
	#DocumentRoot "/home/kmoch/whs/httpdocs"

For the link on the main server I've tried 
	www.whs.edu:8080/whsevents/gov-visit-05mayh02/slideshow.html
	www.whs.edu:8080/whs/httpdocs/whsevents/ (rest as above)
	www.whs.edu:8080/home/kmoch/whs/httpdocs/ (rest as above)

I'm obviously not understanding link referencing.  Can you help out thie
neophyte?

Thanks!

Joe
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Joe Kmoch                                     Washington High School
Director, Academy of Information Technology   2525 N. Sherman Blvd
kmoch@whs.edu                                 Milwaukee, WI  53210
(414) 875-5982 (desk)                         (414) 875-5900 (school)
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