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From Mac McCaskie <mccas...@swbell.net>
Subject RE: newbie gets Forbidden on 1.3.22 -fixed
Date Thu, 20 Dec 2001 01:19:19 GMT
Joshua & Daniel,

Thanks, that did the trick,

I walked down the tree and chmod'd the dirs, now I don't get forbidden

thank you, I would not have thought of it on my own.

-mac

At 08:11 PM 12/19/2001 -0500, Joshua Slive wrote:

> > From: Mac McCaskie [mailto:mccaskie@swbell.net]
>
> > Daniel,
> > Thanks, here is what I think you are asking for...
> >
> > <screen snapshot>
> > mongo# ls -l
>
>You also need to check each of the parent directories (ie /usr /usr/local/
>/usr/local/apache) and make sure they are at least searchable by the web
>server.  This probably means "chmod +x".
>
>Joshua.
>
>
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