wnfrost Absent Member.
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Webaccess to /gw/webacc

I’m new to running webaccess in Linux. I installed it and it works when I put in the full path but when I go to mail.domain.com I just get a message “It works!” Heh…could have fooled me.

What file do I need to edit to get it to go to /gw/webacc? And how?

I’m running it on sles11.

Thanks!
Wallace
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Webaccess to /gw/webacc

wnfrost wrote:
> I’m new to running webaccess in Linux. I installed it and it works when
> I put in the full path but when I go to mail.domain.com I just get a
> message “It works!” Heh…could have fooled me.
>
> What file do I need to edit to get it to go to /gw/webacc? And how?
>
> I’m running it on sles11.
>
> Thanks!
> Wallace
>
>

That is apache and quite messy. Of course if you read up on mod_redirect....
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wnfrost Absent Member.
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Re: Webaccess to /gw/webacc

found the file...Index.html in /srv/www
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Webaccess to /gw/webacc

wnfrost wrote:
> found the file...Index.html in /srv/www
>
>

Sure, but putting a meta redirect there isn't as reliable as learning
mod_redirect. Trust me.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Webaccess to /gw/webacc

wnfrost wrote:
> found the file...Index.html in /srv/www
>
>

sorry mod_rewrite
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