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  • Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    There is a way to configure Apache to fix that, but I don’t know it. In the mean time, put this in your main .htaccess file:

    Redirect permanent /internal http://jakserv.jaktv.net/internal/

    Bloody board formatting … 🙁 The above example should be all on one line with a space between /internal and http://.

    skippy

    (@skippy)

    Member

    Apache 1.x solution.
    Apache 2.x solution.

    thanks……

    after i read the links that u given….
    i still dont know what should i do ??

    sorry, now i understand the problem, but what should i do next ?

    thanks

    ups…sorry, i cant create any .htaccess in windows ? its error filename ??

    create the file with any name on your computer and then rename to
    .htaccess after you have uploaded it, at least thats what i do.

    nope….its on my LAN server, its on localhost….

    I have the same problem. I tried to modify the blog’s address in admin->options, but WP always cuts that end slash »/«. Also on LAN.

    Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    WordPress will always cut the end slash, there’s really no way around that. What you need to do is configure Apache to redirect directories entered as this: /directory to this: /directory/ . Apache should be configured this way by default.

    Looks like mine isn’t. Will try to fix that. Thanks!

    i try with this…

    Redirect http://localhost/internal http://localhost/internal/

    is it works…

    wait my report

    hi guys….its still doesnt work at apache ?
    any idea ???

    I gave up. It’s just for local testing between my PC and the Mac anyway. Apache is configured to put the slash at the end. No idea what’s going wrong. And no more time to waste on the issue. Maybe WordPress could just leave the slash where I put it, in some future version…

    Another thing I don’t understand is why sometimes the address will be the IP (numbers) and sometimes »localhost«. So many mysteries unsolved 🙂

    Thanx all for trying to help!

    I have exactly the same problem, and after browsering tons of discusion and documents, finally I figure it out!

    there is NO use setting .HTACCESS
    Redirect /internal http://localhost/internal/

    as this page says,
    http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/misc/FAQ.html#set-servername
    you have to add this line in your httpd.conf:
    servername 123.456.789.123(your ip)

    BEWARE
    servername http://123.456.789.123/
    causes a FAILURE……that’s my problem.

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