Hello, I am having a similar issue as here. I have just started playing with 2.0.2 and use Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu) for reverse proxy. I have no problem navigating the normal library and admin pages on the local network on ports 2202 and 2203 respectively. On the Advanced tab in the Admin section I have configured Ubooquity to use the reverseproxy prefix "newsstand" From then on, I could still connect to both library and admin pages through their respective ports with the prefix "newsstand" and "newsstand/admin" respectively:
http://IPAddress:2202/newsstand = library pages
http://IPAddress:2203/newsstand/admin = admin pages
However, with this new scheme where the admin pages must be accessed by a different port than the library pages while they both share the same reverseproxy prefix, it appears to throw either apache or my understanding out of whack.
If I set apache to handle it like this:
ProxyPass /newsstand http://localhost:2202/newsstand ProxyPassReverse /newsstand http://localhost:2202/newsstand ProxyPass /newsstand/admin http://localhost:2203/newsstand/admin ProxyPassReverse /newsstand/admin http://localhost:2203/newsstand/admin
I can successfully navigate the library pages fine from https://mydomain.net/newsstand. However, when I hit https://mydomain.net/newsstand/admin, it simply shoots me into the library pages and will not open the admin pages.
If I try to make a change to another prefix in apache for the admin pages with something like this:
ProxyPass /admin http://localhost:2203/newsstand/admin ProxyPassReverse /admin http://localhost:2203/newsstand/admin
The I go to https://mydomain.net/admin, I get a text page like this:
Password Remember me
I can type in my password and hit enter but nothing happens. I think this is due to the reverseproxy Ubooquity config mismatching what I have for it in Apache.
I know I am probably missing something here, but this wasn't an issue when both the site and admin pages were configured on the same port. With them split apart it seems to me they should each have their own reverseproxy prefix to keep them from stepping on each other. Otherwise, I hope someone can tell me what I am doing wrong with my apache configuration.
Thanks for your time!
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