I'm trying to setup ByteFlow on Lighttpd with the help of Benjamin
Smith's post: http://just-another.net/2008/05/13/im-spentand-apology/
It sort of works except for one little thing - all the URLs generated by
ByteFlow engine start with /byteflow.fcgi/blog/. Even the back link to
the blog homepage is /byteflow.fcgi/blog/ instead of just /blog.
Ideally I'd like to get rid of that 'blog/' part as well and have all
the blog contents right under /, but even with /blog it's all right.
However /byteflow.fcgi/blog is just too much and it doesn't work either.
Can I remove that somehow? I went through the settings_local.py and
settings.py several times and can't find anything obvious in there.
The site is at http://hintshop.ludvig.co.nz if you wanna have a look at
what it's doing.
You can remove 'blog/' part by setting BLOG_URLCONF_ROOT = '' in your
local settings, but removal of 'byteflow.fcgi/' should be done by your
This is rather easy in Apache, but I forgot how to do that. :-(