Sat, 16 Dec 2000 09:00:38 -0800
On Dec 15, 9:19pm, Victor Nolton wrote:
} Subject: [ic] rewrite/redirectmatch
} looking for some help with a redirectmatchor rewrite.
} I want to redirect whatever is requested at
} to http://www.somedomain.com/cgi-bin/store
} so if they goto http://www.somedomain.com/links
} they end up at
} same with the flypage
} would be
} I am not very good with this rewrite stuff but I managed to find this code.
} rewriterule ^/([0-9]+)$ /cgi-bin/<storename>/$1
}-- End of excerpt from Victor Nolton
There should be a note about this in the mailing list archives.
I don't remember exactly when I posted it, so here's a copy of
a set of Apache ReWrite rules that should do what you want.
# standard virtual domain stuff goes here
# set directory path to the cgi-bin directory for this domain
# (in this case, it's the same as the system cgi-bin directory
ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ "/home/httpd/cgi-bin/"
# rewrite external URLs to internal pathnames
# Note that the [PT] (Pass Thru) flag is used to let the
# /cgi-bin/ part of the replacement string to be evaluated by
# by the ScriptAlias rule. Alternatively, we could just put
# the complete directory path in there, but the former is
# more portable.
# comment out the next two rewrite rules if you want to have
# a splash page prior to going to the home page for this catalog
# matches on http://myhost.com
RewriteRule ^$ /cgi-bin/store/index.html [PT,L]
# matches on http://myhost.com/
RewriteRule ^/$ /cgi-bin/store/index.html [PT,L]
# don't change URLs like http://myhost.com/cgi-bin/store/*
RewriteRule ^/cgi-bin/store/.* - [PT,L]
# default rule change http://myhost.com/somepage to
RewriteRule ^/(.*) /cgi-bin/store/$1 [PT,L]