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7 March 2008 at 5:02am
I have the www root to "/www/" and the SS installed in "/www/SilverStripe"
when accessing to http://<domain>/SilverStripe" everything work ok, but I want the access will be from the root ("http://<domain>/")
I set the .htaccess file, and accessing the root return the SS home page.
The problem is that all the SS links are relative to the SS dir so they redirect back to "http://<domain>/SilverStripe/..."
Is there any way to modify this ? (I can not install the SS on the root dir)
29 May 2008 at 4:02am
Having same issue! Though I believe i have permission to install in the root though and wondering if thats what I should have done. Not really keen on having the word /silverstripe/ in my urls
29 May 2008 at 7:21am
If you have permissions to the root directory then copy the contents of your silverstripe directory to there and SS will serve the pages. You won't need to re-install.
2 June 2008 at 11:34am
Awesome, it worked. Thanks for your help! Should probably change the install documentation to let people know this as it makes it seem as if you HAVE to install in a separate dir off the root
4 June 2008 at 12:22am
Is there anyone who has Silverstripe running in the setup the original poster described ? We currently have a site running that way (cannot install in root since we are integrating Silverstripe into an already existing website) , but cannot get Silverstripe to run stable ......
See my other thread :
3 September 2008 at 9:23pm
I follow the tutorials to build my first site, today i deploy it to the internet, it works.
1, modify the follow line in .htaccess file:
2, move to root directory:
replace the wamp\www directory's contents with wamp\www\silverstripe-v2.2.2
don't forget to modify the http and mysql service as autorun in the service control panel.
3 September 2008 at 10:29pm
That is not the problem ; we cannot run Silverstripe in the root.
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