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Here is what we have:

 Alias /assets/ "/home/virtual/public_assets/"
 AliasMatch ^/~([a-zA-Z0-9]+)/assets/(.*)$ /home/virtual/public_assets/$2

 <Directory "/home/virtual/public_assets">
      AllowOverride All
 </Directory>

Here is the URI we are trying to match to:

 /~admin30/assets/js/tests.js

The Alias directive works for our live sites, however, the AliasMatch which is supposed to match user directories does not.

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    if you have enabled the userdir directive, try to disable it – neo Jan 23 '13 at 11:34
  • Why not use a cleaner conditional rewrite using htaccess? – Simon Hayter Feb 12 '13 at 23:19
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I have tested your configuration and it works fine on a clean Apache install. It is possible you have other conflicting configuration somewhere.

I would also test it with a single user in the AliasMatch directive rather than the generic pattern you currently have. Like this:

 AliasMatch ^/~admin30/assets/(.*)$ /home/virtual/public_assets/$1

Also if you could describe what does actually happens it might help. If you get an error, check the Apache error log and show us any relevant entries.

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I suspect that you need to put your AliasMatch directive before the alias directive. I think it works best to have the most specific paths first.

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