[rt-users] two small feature requests

Daniel W Lowe dan at uksolutions.co.uk
Wed Sep 6 15:30:47 EDT 2000


Thats an easy one.  Presuming you have access to your webserver config one
simple way is to add a redirect...

so add a redirect

Redirect /rt/index.html http://yoururl/rt/webrt.cgi

and that will take requests for http://yoururl/rt to

You can do it all sorts of other ways adding to the default directory page
an so on, but the above is simple.



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----- Original Message -----
From: Sheeri <awfief at cs.brandeis.edu>
To: Nathan J. Mehl <memory at blank.org>
Cc: <rt-users at fsck.com>
Sent: 06 September 2000 20:12
Subject: Re: [rt-users] two small feature requests

> On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Nathan J. Mehl wrote:
> > interface is a bit arbitrary.  Why should a user have to type in a
> > completely different URL just to change their password, or administer
> > a queue they have admin rights to?
> Oh, and another question.  Is there an easy way to make webrt.cgi
> automatically appear as an index page?  For example, I want to type in
> http://localhost/rt/
> instead of
> http://localhost/rt/webrt.cgi
> I've tried symlinks, file copying (to index.cgi), etc. and haven't found
> anything to work...it's not a huge issue, but it'd be nice to do that.
> -Sheeri
> P.S. Nathan, I see you!
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