Yes I tried that but the issue is the <Location /> conflicts with a
<Directory /> in that file. The django handling stuff is somehow not

If someone with ubuntu could take their default conf file from /etc/
apache2/sites-available and add the reviewboard directives to it as an
example that would be a big help. Hopefully they would test that it
works first.

On Jun 23, 12:31 pm, Sebastien Douche <> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 18:45, questor<> wrote:
> > I have installed Review Board and enabled the conf file in my sites-
> > enabled directory. I am seeing the same problem others are seeing
> > where when I navigate to server/reviewboard all i see is a directory
> > listing.
> > However the general support response is to "delete your default"
> > website. But I do not want to do that. I have several other things
> > running on this sever and deleting default, would make it so someone
> > would not be able to access these services.
> > How can I modify my reviewboard.conf or default.conf so that
> > reviewboard can work?
> Have you added reviewboard.conf lines in default server configuration?
> Apache2 uses virtualhost, thus if you want only one hostname, you need
> to put all configuration in one file. I strongly recommend to use a
> new virtualhost (like reviewboard.mycompany.lan), it's more clean and
> more easy for administration. For me, 1 service = 1 virtualhost (with
> unique website name).
> --
> Sebastien Douche <>

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