Re: [Zope] Using ProxyPass and SiteRoot

2000-10-16 Thread Marcin Kasperski
"\"Geoffrey L. Wright\" knight writes: Timothy, Without going into too much detail, you are going to want to set up a virtual host in apache for the hostname www.isd197.k12.mn.us, and inside that virtual host you will want to add your ProxyPass lines similar to my example:

Re: [Zope] Using ProxyPass and SiteRoot

2000-10-12 Thread Fred Yankowski
It looks to me like you'd need the following in Apache's httpd.conf: NameVirtualHost 206.131.108.102 VirtualHost 206.131.108.102 ServerName www.isd197.k12.mn.us ProxyPass / http://206.131.108.103:8080/ ProxyPassReverse /

Re: [Zope] Using ProxyPass and SiteRoot

2000-10-12 Thread \Geoffrey L. Wright\ Geoffrey L. Wright
knight writes: Timothy, Without going into too much detail, you are going to want to set up a virtual host in apache for the hostname www.isd197.k12.mn.us, and inside that virtual host you will want to add your ProxyPass lines similar to my example: [...] And just for reference,

[Zope] Using ProxyPass and SiteRoot

2000-10-11 Thread Timothy Wilson
Hi everyone, I've read the "Using Apache with ZServer (NOT Zope.cgi)" How-To and I find that my situation is different enough from the ones described that I'm not having any luck setting it up. I'd appreciate any suggestions on the following: My current Zope site is at

Re: [Zope] Using ProxyPass and SiteRoot

2000-10-11 Thread knight
Hi everyone, I've read the "Using Apache with ZServer (NOT Zope.cgi)" How-To and I find that my situation is different enough from the ones described that I'm not having any luck setting it up. I'd appreciate any suggestions on the following: My current Zope site is at