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I have the following 2 files on my linux system:

/var/www/index.html = www.mywebsite.com

/var/www/foo/bar/index.html = www.mywebsite.com/foo/bar/index.html

I'm trying to figure out how I can set it up in Apache, so that when a user goes to "www.mywebsite.com/somedirectory" they are directed to the "/var/www/foo/bar/index.html" file.

So....

/var/www/index.html = www.mywebsite.com

/var/www/food/bar/index.html = www.mywebsite.com/somedirectory

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

You should clarify your specific needs and current configuration, but the simple way to do this is via mod_alias:

Alias /somedirectory /var/www/foo/bar

If that doesn't work or you need different behavior or more sophisticated logic, then let us know.

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That works great. Thanks! –  flip66 Oct 17 '12 at 18:56

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