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From Mathias Alt <Mathias....@gmx.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: problem with perl-scripts
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2003 08:26:50 GMT
> On 03 June 2003 at 13:06 Mathias Alt wrote:
> > this is a good idea, but how can I handle it? apache is 
> > installed on c: . I
> > specified my DocumentRoot
> > via unc-path like this (it is also drive n:) :
> > 
> > DocumentRoot //server/vol//ndsuser/Web/html/
> > 
> > Alias /Collect //server/vol//ndsuser/Collect
> > <Directory //server/vol//ndsuser/Collect>
> >     Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
> >     AllowOverride None
> >     Order allow,deny
> >     Allow from all
> > </Directory>
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> 
> I don't think Apache's Alias directive is visible to Perl scripts. Why not
> write a Perl script (or something involving sed) to replace
> '/collect/run/lib/perl/' with
> '//server/vol/ndsuser/Collect/run/lib/perl/'?
> That might not be ideal, but at least it should work. I guess the best
> solution would really be to make the scripts use relative paths, but that
> might be more work than you need to do.
> 

 Any way to handle it without modifing any script? maybe set the working
directory to n: instead of c: ?

Thanks
Mathias

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