Subdomain


#1

hi,

how to create a subdomain outside the public directory

and how to redirect to the subdomain


#2

Victor,
The multi-site extension will get you close
(http://github.com/radiant/radiant-multi-site-extension/tree/master).
You will still need to define the Kids.westervillelibrary.org domain
outside of radiant (mongrel config, http.conf etc) but you can use the
extension to map a new site in the admin interface to that domain.

Chaim Kirby
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#3

On 02.06.2009, at 22:01, Victor Zuniga wrote:

However, the site is not big enough to set up a new box for it. I
Victor

Hello Victor,

if you’re hosting via apache you can add a alias to point to this
location (i guess)
setting up a virtual host via apache should not work, as it’s going to
get a new environment.
It’s just an educated guess, maybe someone else with in depth apache
knowledge can help you by point the precise solution out.

Greetings
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#4

Thanks Michael!

We’re using nginx as our web server.

Victor

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#5

Hello,

A follow up question on the multisite extension. I am trying to install
the
extension from
http://github.com/radiant/radiant-multi-site-extension/tree/master and
getting the following error message when running the migrations:

** Invoke production (first_time)
** Execute production
** Invoke environment (first_time)
** Execute environment
Could not load extension from file: multi_site_extension.
#<MissingSourceFile: no such file to load – application_controller>
** Invoke db:migrate:extensions (first_time)
** Invoke environment
** Execute db:migrate:extensions

Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Victor


#6

Thanks for the suggestion Chaim!

I’ll look into it.

Victor


#7

Victor Zuniga wrote:

** Invoke environment (first_time)
** Execute environment
Could not load extension from file: multi_site_extension.
#<MissingSourceFile: no such file to load – application_controller>
** Invoke db:migrate:extensions (first_time)
** Invoke environment
** Execute db:migrate:extensions

Check the name of the directory to which you installed the extension.
It’s quite likely that the directory is supposed to called multisite
rather than multi_site (which is what it sounds like you named it).

See this for help in naming directories:
http://wiki.github.com/radiant/radiant/installing-extensions#naming

Cheers,
Mohit.
6/7/2009 | 3:24 PM.


#8

Hi Mohit,

Sorry about the delay on replying to your email.

The issue had to do with versioning. Sean, thanks for the hint. I went
ahead
and checked out tag 0.6.9 and was able to install and run the
migrations.

So, I have the extension installed and I am about to start the set up.
Is
there any details I should be aware of? Is there a sample file (virtual
host) I can look at. We’re using Nginx as our webserver.

Thanks for the help,

Victor


#9

Josh and the guys at Digital Pulp have started updating multi_site to
work with 0.8-RC1. You will likely need to install an older version of
the extension for it to work.

Sean