Apache 1.3.27 virtual hosts


I have a server running Mandrake 9.1 with Apache 1.3.27 and I want to setup virtual hosting.  First things first...
I have setup the Vhosts.conf files to show:

#This is needed for Frontpage support
Port 80
ServerRoot /etc/httpd
ResourceConfig /dev/null
AccessConfig /dev/null


ServerName tesorocorp.com
ServerAlias www.tesorocorp.com
DocumentRoot /home/tesoro/public_html
ScriptAlias /cgi-bin /home/tesoro/cgi-bin

ServerName tesoroplans.com
ServerAlias www.tesoroplans.com
DocumentRoot /var/www/html
ScriptAlias /cgi-bin /home/tesoro/public_html

Both websites are being displayed, however, the www.tesorocorp.com won't display the logos on the page.  Funny thing is that the logo that won't show is located at:


The webserver gives me the "Document not found" error.  However, if I use the address

http://www.tesorocorp.com/~tesoro/ images/clip_art/Logos/TesoroLogo.jpg

The logo is displayed.  It is like the server isn't going deep enough into the directories to pull the files.  Any ideas?

Many thanks!

Johnathon B. Allread  
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Yeah, a server alias for /images would confuse things.

The only times I've been forced to use FP on a web server I've found that using IE on a windows box is the best way of adding/managing sites. I tried using owsadm but wasn't ever able to get it to work properly.
What does the href for the images in the misbehaving page look like?
jballreadAuthor Commented:
Should it matter?  If the server won't display the image when you go to:


but will when going to:


Then it should be an Apache setting regardless of how the html file is setup.  Am I right?



That test does eliminate the hfref as the culprit. It wasn't clear to me that you'd tested it that way or were simply saying that was what it should have been.

What does the error_log say about the failure? It could be a permissions problem or something else.
jballreadAuthor Commented:
jlevie, thanks for your responses.  I will split you some points when I get my next problem solved.  I did find the problem.  Someone added a global alias for a directory called "images" which was throwing everything off.  The problem I have now is that I want to add front page extensions to the new virtual website I just added to this Linux server.  I have FP extensions installed and setup for one website, but I cannot recall what I did to set it up.  I am sure it has to do with the utility owsadm.exe, but I do not recall the switches.  Any help?  

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