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From Jiongliang Zhang <zhnzhong...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] How to set multisites: same domain, different path, one ip address
Date Tue, 19 Jan 2010 00:55:00 GMT
2010/1/18 Krist van Besien <krist.vanbesien@gmail.com>

> 2010/1/16 Jiongliang Zhang <zhnzhong521@gmail.com>:
>
> > so when I using mydomain:80 and mydomain:8080, I can request both of
> them.
> > But now I have new reqirements, I hope using mydomain/mailman and
> > mydomain/redmine
> > to identify them, just like:
> >
> >     http://mydomain/mailman
> >     http://mydomain/redmine
> >
> > on ubuntu server 8.04, apache2.2, ip: 192.168.1.128, domain: mydomain
> >
> > mailman path:  /var/lib/mailman/*
> > redmine path: /var/lib/redmine/*
> >
> > How can I do this. (I'm newbee on apache)
>
> What you need to know first is that:
>
> http://mydomain/mailman
> http://mydomain/redmine
>
> Are just two paths on one server instance. So forget about
> virtualhosts, you don't need them. Just get your http://mydomain
> server working first.
>
> Then once that works you can add aliase to your config. So it would
> look like this:
>
>
> Alias /mailman /var/lib/mailman
> Alias /redmine /var/lib/redmine
>

Many thanks first.

It works for me at first link, but after I enter into the web site, just
like http://mydomain/redmine, all links cann't change to
http://mydomain/redmine/* as their header, for example:

Redmine website has path : /login, and the normal way (no Alias), the web
space is: http://mydomain/login, when I use
Alias directive, the homepage, can use http://mydomain/redmine to access,
but the /login, cann't change to
http://mydomain/redmine/login, it's still http://mydomain/login. Can I
change its links by Apache?

PS: Redmine (http://www.redmine.org), is deployed: Ubuntu8.04 server +
Apache2.2 Proxy + Mongrel Cluster.

-- 
Best regards´╝ü
Thanks
Jiongliang Zhang

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