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From Norman Peelman <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] best way to modify a URL
Date Wed, 16 Dec 2009 12:07:38 GMT
Oliver Schoenborn wrote:
> I have a simple problem: the URL root for a client website we are 
> setting up is*, but our client wants access to be 
> it via <>/*, how would I set 
> this up? I have used mod_proxy in the past for something similar but 
> this doesn’t seem to be applicable here. I think mod_rewrite could 
> handle it but it is rather complicated to learn in short time, if 
> there is a simpler way or an example somewhere a link would be greatly 
> appreciated. Cheers,
> Oliver

In your virtualhost add the line:


but you need to ensure that is also registered. Usually you 
can do this through the same account as

Norman Registered Linux user #461062 -Have you been to yet?-

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