Redirecting http/https requests to /fog causes client smartinstaller to fail
kylebeth94 last edited by kylebeth94
- FOG Version: 1.3.5
- OS: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
- Service Version:
Creating a http/https redirect to make the root directory of the web server /fog causes the installer to break when entering the correct hostname and changing the directory from /fog to /
Is there a specific way to get this redirect to work correctly?
@kylebeth94 the client does not follow 301 / 302 http codes (redirects). I run one of my development servers on https, and with a webroot of
/. You’ll need to configure your webserver to serve out
/without using redirects. You can redirect http to https traffic if you desire, but just make sure the client is set to use https then.
@kylebeth94 Yes, use the
webrootargument to point to the correct spot.
If this doesn’t work - this likely means some paths are hardcoded somewhere - and that’d be something that @Senior-Developers would need to find in either the fog server or fog client.