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From Hermann Kleister <>
Subject [users@httpd] Rewriting depending on access through subdomain
Date Thu, 12 Oct 2006 22:26:24 GMT
I have a shared hosting setup with one domain and a 
subdomain The document root of is
/home/user1/ and the document root for lies within this, in
/home/user/ A document in
/home/user/, e.g. foo.html can thus be reached
as and Now I want to rewrite documents
under test/ using mod_rewrite but this leads to problems depending
how e.g. foo.html is accessed.

For the first case

RewriteBase /test/
Rewrite ^(.*)\.html$ $1-new.html [R=301, L]

leads to success, for the second it needs to be

RewriteBase /
Rewrite ^(.*)\.html$ $1-new.html [R=301, L]

How can I solve this for both cases?
Note I dont have access to httpd.conf.

Thanks in advance.

H. Kleister


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