Hi Swartz,

On 27/11/2010 7:48 AM, swartz wrote:
What you've discovered is unfortunately one of Radiant's shortcomings.

Radiant expects to be deployed at the root of your particular domain.

If you want to deploy it into a subdirectory, there is no easy way.
You gonna have to update a lot of files to point to the new
subdirectory (things like css, js, and many others).
It's not hard, just time consuming and error prone.

My recommendation:
If you can, deploy radiant to a subdomain instead of a subdirectory.

For example to dictionary.yourdomain.com instead of yourdomain.com/
The Bitnami Radiant stack is configured to work off domain/radiant - you may be able to get it working if you take a look at that.

This is on Radiant 0.8.1 - http://bitnami.org/stack/radiant
You can get an Ubuntu or OpenSuse image there (OpenSuse was easier for me with Virtualbox).

27/11/2010 | 9:26 AM.

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