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(Edit (or create) [eprint install dir]/archives/[archive]/cfg/cfg.d/20_baseurls.pl)
 
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       Allow from all
 
       Allow from all
 
   </Directory>
 
   </Directory>
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===EPrints 3.3+ Edit: cfg/apache/[archiveid].conf===
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And add the following above the existing <tt>Location</tt>:
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  Include [eprint install dir]/archives/[archiveid]/cfg/apachevhost.conf
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Or, to overwrite your existing Apache conf (losing any changes!):
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  ./bin/generate_apacheconf --replace [archiveid]
  
 
===Restart Apache===
 
===Restart Apache===
  
 
  /etc/init.d/apache2 force-reload
 
  /etc/init.d/apache2 force-reload

Latest revision as of 10:06, 22 March 2012

In this example, we are adding a 'blog' directory, perhaps to host wordpress.

Edit [eprint install dir]/archives/[archive]/cfg/cfg.d/20_baseurls.pl

Amend this line to include the directory you want to make an exception for.

Here we are adding the directory /blog/ to the array.

$c->{rewrite_exceptions} = [ '/cgi/', '/archive/', '/blog/'];

Save and close.

Edit: [eprint install dir]/archives/[archive]/cfg/apachevhost.conf

And add the following.

  Alias /blog/ /path/to/blog/
  <Location "/blog">
     AddHandler php5-script php
     DirectoryIndex index.php
  </Location> 
  <Directory /path/to/blog>
     Order allow,deny
     Allow from all
  </Directory>

EPrints 3.3+ Edit: cfg/apache/[archiveid].conf

And add the following above the existing Location:

  Include [eprint install dir]/archives/[archiveid]/cfg/apachevhost.conf

Or, to overwrite your existing Apache conf (losing any changes!):

  ./bin/generate_apacheconf --replace [archiveid]

Restart Apache

/etc/init.d/apache2 force-reload