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viszinisa

linux rewrite_module

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so...
i wanted to use smth like this

www.myweb.com/web/articles/324/pics/

and this become

www.myweb.com/index.php?_rq=/web/articles/324/pics/

its done with .htaccess file in main directory where is index.php which is used...

............

so some1 told me that
i need to in file named "httpd.conf" which is in "conf/" folder
uncoment these lines..
[code]LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so
AddModule mod_rewrite.c[/code]
and also see this line where is
[code]<directory "dir/dir/bla bla bla"> [/code]
i need to edit this line
[code]AllowOverride All[/code]


and later i need to make file .htaccess
in folder with index.php
with text....
[code]RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?_rq=$1 [QSA][/code]

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so the problem is...
he told me all that if OS was Windows...
but i have Linux Ubuntu (newest version)
files isnt where they meant to be
and the content aint that either... (i hope u understand)

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so next
i took apache2.conf file
and found in it that <directory "bla bla"> line (there was 3 lines)
and httpd.conf added 2 new line with that LoadModule rewr....etc

there was 3 lines with <directory "bla bla">
2 uncommented
1 commented
Q: do i need to rewrite all those 3 places where is AllowOverride... None to All???

sry for this long text :D


[b]Or just tell me how to run rewrite_module on Linux Ubuntu plz :D[/b]

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