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From "J. Greenlees" <ja...@shaw.ca>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Error 403 but permissions seem correct
Date Sat, 02 Nov 2002 17:41:16 GMT
the / is needed. ~grin~
hmm.
later today I'll be putting Mdk8.2 back onto my laptop, I'll check and 
see if I can find anything else in the config that could do this.
(the laptop locks up when installing 9.0, on install of xfree86-devel)

Justin Williams wrote:
> I don't have a leading . on mine; the leading / wouldn't make it break, would 
> it??  I would think that needs to be there, right?
> 
> I keep thinking this should *not* be this difficult, and am starting to feel 
> a little bit daft...  LOL
> 
> On Saturday 02 November 2002 01:41 am, you wrote:
> 
>>on my Mandrake 8.2 box the docroot was defaulted to start with
>>./var/www/html
>>the leading . gave me the same problem you are having.
>>
>>Justin Williams wrote:
>>
>>>Hi everybody; been hunting for a solution all over the place (Google, all
>>>the FAQs I can find, etc.).
>>>
>>>I just set up Apache 1.3.23 on Mandrake Linux 8.2.  Went through WebMin
>>>to set up the Name-Based virtual servers.  All that went fine.  Problem
>>>happened when I try to get to those domains, either by name or by IP. 
>>>Error 403 Forbidden
>>>You don't have permission to access / on this server.
>>>
>>>If I try to go to domain/index.html (which exists on all the domains), I
>>>get that I don't have permission to access /index.html on this server.
>>>
>>>If I try to go to domain/fubar.html (which does not exist on any of the
>>>domains), I get the same message.  I don't have permission to access
>>>/fubar.html on this server.
>>>
>>>The old server showed those domains fine; but having moved those files to
>>>the new server, they blow up.  All permissions in the directories have
>>>been set to 755/644, carried all the way through all the directories. 
>>>I've tried setting all permissions to 777, as well, with no luck.
>>>
>>>Hopefully, somebody has run into this issue before.  Can anybody help?
>>>Thanks!!
>>>
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