At 10:19 PM 11/7/2001, you wrote:
"the best idea right now is to look at apache’s error log and try to figure
things out from there. "
That’s just it. There are no errors in the log. Neither the regular
error_log nor the perl-error_log. It’s not even trying to hook into Mason,
just showing the page as html, so no errors. It’s hard to list rt setup in
apache, cause I’ve tried it a half dozen or more ways. One person in the
archived list said they got this working:
Options None ExecCGI FollowSymLinks
Allow from all
Another made use of Location:
Tried 'em both, and variants, no luck.
I have a ProxyPass statement in my normal server httpd.conf:
ProxyPass /rt2/ http://localhost:8200/rt2/
and of course I do have the correct /rt2 alias in the commonhttpd.conf (or
it wouldn’t even get to the page).
From: Toby Wahlers firstname.lastname@example.org
toby> I have tried about every possible permutation of the apache config
toby> but I have only gotten rt to work with the default VirtualHost setup
toby> I don’t want). Mostly I get the index page as source text with a Go!
toby> button, but with other (mis)configurations I’ve gotten malformed header
toby> messages. I’m running Mandrake Linux, which by default has 2 apache
toby> running, one of them a perl proxy. I’ve looked at all the list archives,
toby> and a few people have had the same problem, though with different
toby> configurations. I want a subdirectory configuration and need to use an
toby> alternate port, e.g. http://www.myserver.com:81/rt2/, and would like
toby> work with my current dual server config. Apache has 3 config files,
toby> httpd.conf, commonhttpd.conf, and httpd-perl.conf. I have the Alias in
toby> commonhttpd.conf, 'cause that’s where it wants to be. I have added
toby> ProxyPass to the httpd.conf, and have tried or
toby> setups in all 3 config files, nothing seems to help. Any ideas?
Yup. I had the same problem when I started playing with rt2, and the
best idea right now is to look at apache’s error log and try to figure
things out from there. In my case, it was a combination of having
some trouble with something not existing in the @INC directories of
the scripts I used and some permission bits somewhere. It’s very
possible that your apache configuration is just fine (it was in my
Try that, and if you can’t still figure it out, I suggest you get back
here with details (like the part of the configuration concerning rt
and perhaps the last parts of the error log if that’s relevant).
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