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Old 10-19-2004, 07:58 PM   #1
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apache proxy server rewrite urls

Hello. I'm trying to configure apache to act as a proxy server. But I'm trying to configure it differently than normal. I want a web based proxy, but I want the website to be accessed by typing the address in after my website address. For example, ( would fetch linuxquestions through my computer via proxy. But, when using the directive proxypass, if an image or other feature of a web page is accessed using a relative link, it won't show up, because the address goes to because it's linking thinking my comp is the server. I've heard about and tried on different computers this "url rewriter" which will work with mod proxy to rewrite URLs to make this work. Unfortunatlly I can't get this to work right. can anyone help me here?


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