I am just trying to install GLPI on the CentOS 7 machine that my FOG installation is running on.
I am aware that that may have performance impacts on the deploxment and capture scenarios, but I figured I could just stop the other service if it became a problem.
Now following an installation Guide for GLPI that I found online, I get to the point where it asks me to create a configuration file for glpi and add the following code:
[root@linuxhelp html]# vim /etc/httpd/conf.d/glpi.conf <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName 192.168.7.165 DocumentRoot /var/www/html/glpi <Directory> /var/www/html/glpi/config> AllowOverride None Require all denied </Directory> <Directory> /var/www/html/glpi/files> AllowOverride None Require all denied </Directory> </VirtualHost>
So far so good - but I dont want to break FOG functionality - I suppose FOG will listen to requests on the same IP and Port as well?
Can anybody give me any pointers on what I would have to add to the glpi conf to get it to for example only react on a subfolder? Something like domain.com/glpi ?
Or do I have to change something in the fog httpd conf? I saw you use rewrite rules to - I suppose? - capture any subdirectorys from the main fog.domain.com and reroute to fog?
Sorry if I’m not clear on things, I am - as always - still learning on the job :)
Thanks for any hints