If you install domain.com/blogs then your main URL will forever be domain.com/blogs
I know that. We discussed that. I don't want anything to be in domain.com and there isn't anything in domain.com. What I said was that there are links that are pointing to /wp-admin in the dashboard instead of /blogs/wp-admin
Now, if something is sending you to the domain.com/wp-admin URL then what is that something? You just say there's a link :) there are lots of links.
Mika, I specifically did mention the links that are pointing incorrectly to domain.com. Look 4 messages up, the one that mentions the festival. I say:
While Network->Visit Site is pointing to example.com/blogs, Network->Edit Site is pointing to:
Other incorrect URLS on the dashboard strip at the top:
My Sites->Network Admin is pointing to domain.com/wp-admin/network/
Next to that series of links, under the name of my Blog Network, Visit Site points to domain.com/blogs but Edit Site points to domain.com/wp-admin/network/site-info.php?id=1 where it should be pointing to domain.com/blogs/wp-admin/network/site-info.php?id=1
Another issue: If I manually enter the URL domain.com/blogs/wp-admin/network/site-info.php?id=1 it incorrectly says the main site is at:
I hope this clears things up. WordPress is installed in /blogs. I do not want/expect/think anything should be in /, but somewhere/somehow WP is creating links and configurations that point to /.
I don't know where our misunderstanding is coming from. You keeping saying things like "You cannot use domain.com in that setup. There will not be a domain.com/WP-admin folder, ever." I don't expect there to be. It's WP that is pointing to URLs in the server root, and I cannot stress enough that based on the installation, I know/expect that everything should be under /blogs. But it's WP that's creating the wrong links.