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Support for non port-80 sites?

I've got multiple sites configured on the box that hosts FogBUGZ, and to keep my vdirs nice and separate, I assigned FogBUGZ to a different port. Now, however,  all our notifications and any other generated info that includes a link back to the site don't know about the port and leave it off, rendering link-backs in emails useless.

Any ideas?

Justin Gehtland
Wednesday, November 13, 2002


Just released.

If you redownload from you can get your upgrade copy of 3.0.5.

Michael H. Pryor
Wednesday, November 13, 2002

That sounds like it will do the trick, except that when I get to the status screen, it says I've downloaded my 10 pack too many times.  Something else I need to do?  Thanks!

Justin Gehtland
Wednesday, November 13, 2002

Just email with your order number and they'll fix it.

Joel Spolsky
Thursday, November 14, 2002

Hmm...We run FogBUGZ 2.x on a non-standard port (8090) but in order to make notifications work, all I had to do was add :8090 to the server address on the site administration page.


Is there something different about 3.x that would cause this not to work?

Or am I just misunderstanding the problem here?

Tim Lara
Thursday, November 14, 2002

The site administration page doesn't ask you for a server address any more, it's figured out automatically.

Anyway, it works now.

Joel Spolsky
Friday, November 15, 2002

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