[Zope] Zope behind Apache

Edward Muller edwardam@interlix.com
24 Jun 2003 22:53:48 -0500

in your zope start script add something like this:


do this before the "$@" at the end of the last line of the script

I looked over your zope.conf file...I don't see the need for any more
than this:

Rewrite Engine On
#Don't route /~<username> directories to zope
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/~
#Route everything else through zope
RewriteRule ^/(.*)$1 [L,P]

This is assuming you are not using any FCGI/PCGI support.

Also make sure you have a VHM instance in your zope root.

P.S. the last line (starting with RewriteRule and ending with [L,P])
should be only one line.

On Tue, 2003-06-24 at 01:56, Fejes Róbert wrote:
> Hi!
> The answer to my question might be trivial for most of you, yet I have not 
> found it, though I have read docs, faqs and searched even zope.org for it. 
> So, I want only Apache users to reach Zope (port 8080) on a Linux server. Now 
> clients can view without 
> giving valid Apache username and password. To make matters worse, there is a 
> separate zope.conf beside httpd.conf in my Linux. How and what to modify 
> then?
> Any help is appreciated, indeed.
Edward Muller

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