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From "Thomas Strike" <stri...@pacbell.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Per User Directory
Date Tue, 06 May 2003 12:12:36 GMT
Make sure that the whole tree down to the root can be searched by Apache.
If one of the parent directories doesn't have it's permissions set to allow
all users to read that directory, then Apache is denied access to finding
the files.
You only need chmod 755 for the public directory. This allows Apache clients
to read the public files. 777 gives everyone permission to write in that
directory and execute files.  Not a good idea.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Cody Harris"
> I have a user called nsla. I set it up to accept only that user. His home
> is /home/nsla. I create public_html and chmoded it to 777. I then went to
> my browser and typed http://192.168.0.126/~nsla and got a forbidden. What
> am i doing wrong?



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