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From Paul Laudanski <>
Subject [users@httpd] URL Rewrites - A certain twist, need help.
Date Tue, 19 Nov 2002 19:41:32 GMT

This is the first time I am posting here, and while I
have read and
the faqts, I was unable to find the information I am
looking for.  That also includes the apache doc page
on mod_rewrite on its URL rewrite examples page.

Here is my problem:

In my .htaccess file I currently cause any of the
following URL examples to be rewritten to


Now I am trying to add something like
"" as a subdomain, but when I do,
it gets rewritten to "".  I would
like it to stay "".

Currently, if I remove the rewrite conditions as found
in my .htaccess file, then ""
will point to "" due to code in
my index.cgi file.  But because I have the rewrite
code in .htaccess, this does not occur.  Instead it
gets rewritten to "".

Unable to find anything in google search, I have hopes
that someone here may be able to guide me.


Paul Laudanski

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