Hello all ...
I have installed Atom v2.4 from scratch following the installation instructions of the accesstomemory.org
site in a local server (using Nginx) and it is working fine when I test it with it's local IP addres. To be able to access this installation from outside our local network, I have set up a reverse proxy (I have been doing the same thing for many services, included a couple 1.x ica-atoms that are still in production).
The problem is that, when accessing through the proxy, I land on the Atom 2.4 installation but it is unusable.
Here the reverse proxy config on my router ('my.site'):
Then, every link in the page ignores the "ecutemp" portion of the URL ... so, if I click Home, instead of going to 'my.site/ecuatom' it goes to 'my.site' ... and of course it gives a 404 error as it does not find index.php there.
I'm guessing that if I can move the installation to a subfolder of the document root of the local server (for ex. http://172.22.185.22:8823/atom
) it would work as intended ... but I cannot find any clue as to what should I change in the config files to achieve that.
Any help would be most welcome.