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This has been messing with my mind!
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    This has been messing with my mind!

    I'm playing around with Yabb on my Linux server. What I want to do is keep my cgi-scripts out of my document root (/home/www) for obvious security reasons. I put the cgi-bin in /usr/local/apache/cgi-bin (including all YaBB files). Now if I type in my internal web address http://192.168.0.2, Yabb will not start. I just get a "page no found" error. How do I configure apache do redirect requests to the cgi-bin so that when I type in my server addy it will default to http://192.168.0.2/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.cgi ? I hope I made some sense!

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    Re: This has been messing with my mind!

    Why would you want to? Why not just put a link to the forums like they have here?

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    Re: This has been messing with my mind!

    DocumentRoot
    or make a virtual hosting, to say yabb.yourdomain.com will have DocumentRoot as your cgi-bin

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    Re: This has been messing with my mind!

    You would need to look at commonhttpd.conf or httpd.conf and change one of the <Directory /foo/bar> lines.

    I think there's a bit more to what you want to do but haven't said. Do you still want your doc root to be /home/www and the YaBB to sit elsewhere, or do you just want YaBB as your doc root? (if that is the case Document root is set in commonhttpd.conf, in Mandy anyway)

    Mountainman is right though, a link would be easiest.

    HTH

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