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Reverse proxy configuration
My server open to the 'Net runs Apache and I'd like to reverse proxy to the server with LibrePlan.  However, LibrePlan doesn't let me log in.  I can see the site.  When I enter name and pw, hitting the "log in" button just clears the name and pw.

Background facts:
* Browser: tried firefox, chrome
* apache2 setup:
        ProxyRequests Off
        ProxyPreserveHost On
        ProxyPass        "/libreplan" "http://{other machine local IP}:{port}/libreplan/"
        ProxyPassReverse "/libreplan" "http://{other machine local IP}:{port}/libreplan/"
Tips welcome, I'd like to get away from my spreadsheet!
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