I just read http://www.helgrim.com/rtdocs/article5.html and I have an
update for section 2.7.
It says “We kind of suspect it’s an Apache thing, and maybe with a bit
of tweaking that bug will go away”.
Well, I can say, it isn’t a bug, it’s a feature
Apache is very picky about trailing slashes in Alias directives.
So if you use “Alias /rt2/ /path/to/rt2”, you actually have to type that
trailing slash, or you will get a 404 back. If you just do “Alias /rt2
/path/to/rt2” than the trailing slash isn’t necessary.
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