Heh, i've been trying to get this working also. Been getting the same
problem you are getting, with the appserver returning a 404 page.
I havent tried using mod_rewrite yet.
At 12:38 AM 7/10/2003, you wrote:
>I'm sorry if this was asked several times already. I'm a new subscriber
>and either this list isn't keeping an archive or Sourceforge's mailman is
>acting up, since trying to access the list archives only produces an error
>claiming that the list doesn't exist.
>The server I'm running is Apache 1.3.27 on Linux 2.4.20 with Python 2.2.3.
>I want my users to be able to use .psp documents inside their public_html
>directories, which are served through Apache's mod_userdir. I followed the
>documentation for how to set up PSP so it's usable "anywhere" (through
>mod_webkit), but mod_userdir directories seem to confuse the AppServer due
>to strange paths it doesn't know about.
>The following is in my httpd.conf:
> WKServer localhost 8086
> AddType text/psp .psp
> AddHandler psp-handler .psp
>.psp files served from the server's DocumentRoot work perfectly, no matter
>where in the directory structure they are. A .psp like e.g.
>/home/rca/public_html/foo.psp will always return a 404 error from the
>WebKit AppServer when accessing http://bar.baz/~rca/foo.psp
>I played with the thought of doing something using mod_rewrite to mangle
>the user agent's .psp requests so they're redirected to a place that the
>AppServer knows about, but before I try this kind of evil hack I wanted to
>verify that it is indeed not possible to use mod_userdir in tandem with
>Thanks a lot for any insight you might be able to offer.
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