2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 4, 2004 4:24 AM by gpcheese

    nukes 1.1 RC3 default theme

    gpcheese Newbie

      1 I wish to use imagic as a default theme for newly registered users.
      How can I do that ?

      2 All the URL addresses show the jboss port number (8080), even if I
      has a proxy setup to use apache as a frontend. Does any body know how
      I could setup apache so that all the content is forwarded to port 8080 ?
      The proxy works fine when I invoke my URL from outside nukes. I hope
      it makes sense ...

      3 Nuke is really cool but I don't have much time to spend trying to figure
      out how to customise it. Is there specific training available on it ? Or any
      useful book ? I already have the JBoss one year subscription.

      thanks

      G

        • 1. Re: nukes 1.1 RC3 default theme
          Matthieu Chase Heimer Newbie

          1) Use the jmx-console http://localhost:8080/jmx-console/HtmlAdaptor?action=inspectMBean&name=nukes.modules%3Aname%3Dcore

          2) You need to setup mod_jk or mod_jk2 if you want to use Apache as a frontend. Port 8080 isn't involved in that. Or if you don't need Apache you can change JBoss/Tomcat to use port 80 instead of 8080.

          3) Not really, make sure you check the Nukes section of the wiki though.

          • 2. Re: nukes 1.1 RC3 default theme
            gpcheese Newbie

            Thanks for the answer

            1) Yes, I tried that, and it does not affect the theme applied to the newly registered users. In other words:
            - go to 'create one'
            - create a new user
            - loging with the new user: the theme is not the default one (I get the seabreeze one, even if I disable all the others from the console) !! :(

            2) Yes, I will try that but I thought it would not be necessary if a proxy is set up in Apache. My previous email was a bit confusing, my apologies. I was referring to the following settings in the httpd.conf:

            ProxyVia On

            ProxyPass /mysite http://<...>:8080/mysite
            ProxyPassReverse /mysite http://<...>:8080/mysite


            3) Shame ... Nukes looks really promising but I admit I am not the
            kind of person that likes spending tons of hours to figure how things work ! :) I would rather pay someone to help