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We now have an OMP instance running at:http://langsci-press.org/omp/index.php/LangSci-Press/
What I would like is the following URL:http://langsci-press.org/
So, I would like to remove all of /omp/index.php/LangSci-Press/. The OJS-FAQ mentions things to do, but the config.inc of OMP does not contain the things that are mentioned in the OJS FAQ. So how could I achive this without breaking OMP?
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OJS and OMP share the same router code, so the procedure with OMP will be exactly the same as the one for OJS. Let me know what configuration items you're having trouble with and I'll guide you through the setup process. (However, mod_rewrite rules can be tricky and you may need to do some homework there.)
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