Re: [Zope] Mod_Rewrite port 8080

2009-04-07 Thread Sascha Welter
(Mon, Apr 06, 2009 at 10:01:52AM -0700) Bobby wrote/schrieb/egrapse: I want to use mod_rewrite on Apache to redirect http://internal:80/internal to http://internal:8080/internal so that when the user request http://internal:80/internal, the Zope folder foo will be served up. I still want

[Zope] Mod_Rewrite port 8080

2009-04-06 Thread Bobby
Hi, I want to use mod_rewrite on Apache to redirect http://internal:80/internal to http://internal:8080/internal so that when the user request http://internal:80/internal, the Zope folder foo will be served up. I still want http://internal:80/ to stay intact so that the contents from port 80

Re: [Zope] Mod_Rewrite port 8080

2009-04-06 Thread Ricardo Newbery
On Apr 6, 2009, at 10:01 AM, Bobby wrote: Hi, I want to use mod_rewrite on Apache to redirect http://internal:80/internal to http://internal:8080/internal so that when the user request http://internal:80/internal , the Zope folder foo will be served up. I still want

Re: [Zope] Mod_Rewrite port 8080

2009-04-06 Thread robert rottermann
Bobby schrieb: Hi, I want to use mod_rewrite on Apache to redirect http://internal:80/internal to http://internal:8080/internal so that when the user request http://internal:80/internal, the Zope folder foo will be served up. I still want http://internal:80/ to stay intact so that the