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[Solved] Question about changing .htaccess from Apache to lighty

Added by matserv22 12 days ago

Hey folks,

I am having trouble setting up opodsync for podcast syncing
(https://github.com/kd2org/opodsync/).
In their docs they state that if not using Apache I have to change their .htaccess file, which has the following content:

# Make sure Authorization header is transmitted to PHP
SetEnvIf Authorization .+ HTTP_AUTHORIZATION=$0

RedirectMatch 404 inc/.*
RedirectMatch 404 data/.*

FallbackResource /index.php

How can I go about changing it to fit lighty?
I have been reading the docs for mod_redirect and mod_setenv, but am a bit over my head as I am just beginning to learn about webservers.

Any tips would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance

Mat


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RE: Question about changing .htaccess from Apache to lighty - Added by gstrauss 12 days ago

Please see these docs, too, and post what you have tried. I'll check back later this evening.
MigratingFromApache
DevelProblemAndSolution

RE: Question about changing .htaccess from Apache to lighty - Added by gstrauss 11 days ago

If not at the document root, then you'll have to adjust the paths.

server.modules += ("mod_access", "mod_rewrite")

#RedirectMatch 404 inc/.*
#RedirectMatch 404 data/.*
$HTTP["url"] =~ "^/(?:inc|data)/" {
    url.access-deny = ("")
}

#FallbackResource /index.php
url.rewrite-if-not-file = ("" => "/index.php")

The above does not include configuring mod_fastcgi to run index.php. Please see mod_fastcgi

RE: Question about changing .htaccess from Apache to lighty - Added by matserv22 10 days ago

Thank you very much gstrauss!

I'll look into mod_fastcgi as well.

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