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Hi, totally new to linux, but managed to setup debian running lighttpd & samba with amazing speed. Short story: we are a microsoft house, but with all sorts of server ...
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    Exclamation Lighttpd mod_rewrite


    Hi,
    totally new to linux, but managed to setup debian running lighttpd & samba with amazing speed.

    Short story: we are a microsoft house, but with all sorts of server problems, convinced my boss to try out linux for a new project. And so far things have been going good (except for about 5-6 hours getting raid to work for debian)

    And now we only need one final last detail

    I need lighty (lighttpd) to rewrite urls for me !
    (I had to remove refrences to http: in front of the urls, because I'm not allowed to post them since I'm new here.)


    requests for
    //goliat/watermark/ANDERSP/s/MXXA00022588.jpg
    should redirect to
    //goliat/img.php?src=/myndir/photographs/ANDERSP/s/MIRA00022588.jpg

    //goliat/watermark/JFK/s/MXGA00022588.jpg
    should redirect to
    //goliat/img.php?src=/myndir/photographs/JFK/s/MIRA00022588.jpg

    so the two variables I need from the source url are
    //goliat/watermark/<foldername>/s/<filename>



    Not going to well trying to figure this one out and this could mean live and death for the project!

    I'll gladly donate 10$ to a open source project of your choice (or your own pocket) if somebody can answer this quick and easy for me

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    All other urls not starting with /watermark should just go to the static file handler.

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