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Instead of: blockit.stargate.ca/canit
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If you wish to remove the /canit portion of the CanIt URL then:
This: blockit.stargate.ca
 
  
* In Apache2's site-enabled config files change the Document root as you mentioned, but
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* In Apache2's site-enabled config files change the Document root as you mentioned, but make sure you do it both for "default" and "default-ssl".
make sure you do it both for "default" and "default-ssl".
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* login to your Canit web user interface and go to Setup->Templtes and modify the value for 'Base URL of CanIt Installation' to be what you want. If you are using Secure Messaging you need to the same for 'Base URL for Secure Messaging' on the same page.
* login to your Canit web user interface and go to Setup->Templtes and modify the value for 'Base URL of CanIt Installation' to be what you want. If you are using Secure Messaging you need to the same for 'Base URL for Secure
 
Messaging' on the same page.
 
 
* Bring up your terminal, login to your canIt machine and go to were CanIt web pages are installed (most probably /var/www/canit) and make a symlink named canit to . like this:
 
* Bring up your terminal, login to your canIt machine and go to were CanIt web pages are installed (most probably /var/www/canit) and make a symlink named canit to . like this:
 
   cd /var/www/canit
 
   cd /var/www/canit

Latest revision as of 14:16, 12 June 2015

If you wish to remove the /canit portion of the CanIt URL then:

  • In Apache2's site-enabled config files change the Document root as you mentioned, but make sure you do it both for "default" and "default-ssl".
  • login to your Canit web user interface and go to Setup->Templtes and modify the value for 'Base URL of CanIt Installation' to be what you want. If you are using Secure Messaging you need to the same for 'Base URL for Secure Messaging' on the same page.
  • Bring up your terminal, login to your canIt machine and go to were CanIt web pages are installed (most probably /var/www/canit) and make a symlink named canit to . like this:
  cd /var/www/canit
  ln -s . canit