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ezpublish_legacy in root folder?

ezpublish_legacy in root folder?

Sunday 14 December 2014 4:25:54 pm - 6 replies

Hello,

i want to install ez so that the ezpublish_legacy is the / of the webserver. Is that even possible?

Regards,

Atle

Sunday 14 December 2014 9:26:52 pm

Hello Atle!

Yes. This is still possible (and very common, even I do this on most of our legacy projects).

Point your apache webserver vhost document root configuration variable to your ezpublish_legacy folder and restart the webserver. Problem solved!

I hope this helps!

Cheers,
Heath

Monday 15 December 2014 2:14:07 pm

Hey again, Heath happy.gif Emoticon

I'll sure try it at once and report back happy.gif Emoticon

 

Regards,

Atle

Tuesday 16 December 2014 7:13:03 am

Worked like a charm, thaks again Heath, forever greatful for all your help happy.gif Emoticon

Have'nt gotten around to upgrade the main site to 2014.11 yet though, so I will surely "bother" you all again blunk.gif Emoticon Maybe some day I can contribute here too.

Regards,

Atle

Tuesday 16 December 2014 7:49:14 am

Hello Atle,

I am happy I am able to help you.

No worries on the upgrade. I look forward to helping you again in the future.

We all started where you are starting and grow. It would be cool to see how you contribute some day happy.gif Emoticon

 

Could you help us out and login to share.ez.no and click the question resolved icon at the top of your original forum message title?

It's the box with the checkbox inside. It turns green when you have clicked it correctly.

Doing this indicates your question has been solved.

Thanks again for your continued support!

Cheers,

Heath

Tuesday 16 December 2014 8:46:29 am

Like this? I'll try to remember that in the future happy.gif Emoticon

Regards,

Atle

Saturday 20 December 2014 9:54:08 am

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