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How to give Crowd its own domain (separate from CrowdID)?

I want my Crowd URLs to be http://crowd.example.com, which I want to proxy to http://localhost:8095/crowd, http://openid.example.com to proxy to http://localhost:8095/openidserver, etc.</p<>>

Is this in any way supported? I tried doing this with plain Apache, but I get redirected to http://crowd.example.com/crowd<a< a=""> href="http://crowd.example.com/crowd,">, which gives a 404, as it's proxied to http://localhost:8095/crowd/crowd. I've edited build.properties to change the Crowd URL, and run build.sh (and of course restarted Crowd). So I'm pretty sure all I need is for Crowd to stop tacking on the /crowd, but I'm not sure how to do that, if I can. Same goes for the OpenID server.

EDIT: Sorry, I'm not sure how to stop Answers from hyperlinking everything, I already took the hyperlinks out in the editor. :(

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