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Old 10-14-2005, 07:59 AM   #1
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Apache proxypass url prob

Well i'm trying to make the following work..

got a webserver up & running, now i would like to passtrue another website on this webserver.
so -> normal website
and -> true proxy.

in httpd.conf i added
proxypass /foo
proxypassreverse /foo
(note: the other side is httpS)

it kinda works, i get the side passed true, the only problem i have is that links and picures (gif, jpg ect) on the passed true side are incorrect
it failes to add the "/foo" in..

is there a simple way to fix this ??
and if so, how ??




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