Hi Nate and Paul,
thanks for your answers. It works now, I just didn't edit the right configuration file. I also tried with nginx, seems much more straightforward to configure than apache!
Thanks again,
best,
Yann



On 05/16/2011 06:30 AM, Nate Coraor wrote:
Yann Surget-Groba wrote:
Hi all,

I've installed galaxy locally and it works fine but I can't get the
apache proxy to work.
I've followed the instructions on the wiki first by serving galaxy
at the web server root with:

RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule ^(.*) http://localhost:8080$1 [P]

if I go to http://localhost/ I get the default apache page, not galaxy


I also tried serving galaxy at a sub directory but then if I go to
http://localhost/galaxy I get a not found page

Any idea of what is wrong with my configuration?

I'm running apache v2.2.17 on a Debian system and mod_proxy,
mod_http_proxy, and mod_rewrite are enabled.
Hi Yann,

Could you set RewriteLog, raise RewriteLogLevel to 9, restart Apache,
and see if anything is logged?  You may also want to set LogLevel debug
and check your error_log for anything interesting.

--nate

Thanks,

Yann
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