[mythtv-users] Mythweb link problem
jbeuree at gmail.com
Wed Feb 22 21:12:25 UTC 2006
The problem doesn't actually have to do with being in subdirs. Its
installed at the 'top' level. Its just that I need to include the name
of the top level php script (in this case its mythweb.php). So to get
to the tv section, I need to reference mythweb/tv or mythweb.php/tv.
If I try to trick it into thinking there's another level, many more
things don't work because their references will be broken.
Still can't see a setting which controls this behavior. I might have
to dive into all the separate references and statically change them
for my install.
On 2/21/06, Chris Petersen <lists at forevermore.net> wrote:
> Mythweb is supposed to detect if it lives in subdirs, but maybe there's
> something funky with your PHP/apache install that prevents it from
> picking this up.
> You need to make sure that your server is sending SCRIPT_NAME with the
> correct full path to mythweb.php. It's referenced as
> $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] on line 52 of includes/init.php.
> I tested this method up to 5 levels of nesting on my setup, which is
> pretty much a default fedora install, so I know it works.
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