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From Markus Mayer <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Fwd:
Date Wed, 13 Jul 2005 14:30:48 GMT
Most likely you're looking at a permissions problem.  Look at the file 
permissions for the files in the directory to be sure the apache process can 
access them.  


On Wednesday 13 July 2005 14:59, None Blank wrote:
> Hi Im having the following 403 forbidden error
> "[Wed Jul 13 08:39:38 2005] [error] [client]
> (13)Permission denied: access to /porn/Screenshot.png
> denied"
> Here is what Im using apache 2.0.52 on a fedora core 3
> install and selinux.  Everything is defaults and Ive
> searched every how-to I can find for 2 months now.
> My permissions are right im trying to access this file
> Screenshot.png it is in the sam directory and has the
> same permissons as screenshot.JPG no differences both
> files have the same owner.  I can access
> screenshot.JPG without a problem.  I just simply mv
> the file into the directory gave it a chmod 755 and it
> worked fine.  I ahve never had this problem before I
> have always used apache 1.3x though and not selinux.
> Was upgrading to 2.x my problem?  Thanks for any help
> and ideas.

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