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Howto redirect to another folder in Apache

Posted on 2008-10-27
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Hello,

As an example
In the DNS record there is one domain that is called "doman.nu" and points to 80.55.122.22. doman.nu has a standard homepage.

There is also one "min.doman.nu" and points to the same IP 80.55.122.22. this one has a different homepage and are in another folder.

When I go to min.doman.nu I want apache to look up http://min.doman.nu/ and redirect me to another folder that is called test.

I thought that it was like this:

<VirtualHost 80.55.122.22>
ServerName min.doman.nu
ServerAlias min.doman.nu/test/
Redirect permanent / http://min.doman.nu/test
</VirtualHost>

What more do i have to do? its only one homepage on that webserver

Its an old FreeBSD with apache version 1.6 or something
do i have to activate virtual host in someway?

Thanks
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Question by:tommyrihu
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You need a virtualhost for both domains
NameVirtualHost *:80

<VirtualHost *:80>

ServerName doman.nu

ServerAlias www.doman.nu

DocumentRoot /physical/path/to/doc/root

</VirtualHost>
 

<VirtualHost *:80>

ServerName min.doman.nu

RedirectMatch permanent ^/$ http://min.doman.nu/test/

DocumentRoot /physical/path/to/min/doc/root

</VirtualHost>

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by:tommyrihu
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Thank you very much for your good explanation.
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