[Moin-user] "moin.cgi" in URL
Reinhard Mayr aka Czerwinski
czerwinski1977 at gmx.net
Mon Jan 15 04:37:02 EST 2007
I added moin.cgi as default page for the site. The URL http://server/wikiname works fine, but other pages like http://server/wikiname/ThePageName cannot be reached (http error 404 page not found).
I noticed that the link names provided by the already include the CGI: http://server/wikiname/moin.cgi/ThePageName -- why is this, since this is not the case under apache. Does MoinMoin distinguish between servers?
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Datum: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 19:42:52 +0000
Von: Robbo <ml at the-view.eclipse.co.uk>
An: Reinhard Mayr aka Czerwinski <czerwinski1977 at gmx.net>
Betreff: Re: [Moin-user] "moin.cgi" in URL
> On 13 Jan 2007, at 13:44, Reinhard Mayr aka Czerwinski wrote:
> > Thanks for the reply!
> > If somebody else knows how this is achieved: please let me know. If
> > not: Robbo, just keep me in the loop...
> > On Fri, 12 Jan 2007 20:36:06 +0100, Robbo <ml at the-
> > view.eclipse.co.uk> wrote:
> >> On 12 Jan 2007, at 13:05, Reinhard Mayr aka Czerwinski wrote:
> >>> Sorry to start the 3rd thread to this topic -- I lost the mail I
> >>> wanted to reply to....
> >>> Once again: I run MoinMoin on a IIS 6 / Windows Server 2003. In
> >>> the URL, after the wiki name always the name of the CGI is
> >>> inserted (moin.cgi) -- Does anybody how to get rid of that? See
> >>> below for examples.
> >> Quick answer; No - there's no alias type option as in Apache.
> >> There is a solution but I believe it's not an easy option, if I
> >> find anything I'll let you know.
> This may help; haven't tried it as don't have access to an IIS server
> anymore. But simply renaming moin.cgi to index.cgi (you'll need to
> make a change in one of moinmoin's config file, but forget which one)
> may work..
> Info obtained from: http://groups.google.co.uk/group/
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