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From tinkee <lee.tinki.ti...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: Permission Problem
Date Wed, 05 Jan 2011 07:29:17 GMT


for the record this problem is fixed..
thanks to the replies for a similar problem on this forum

http://old.nabble.com/Fwd%3A-Re%3A--users%40httpd--Apache-2.2.17-on-RHEL-5.2-%2813%29-Permission-denied-td30069032.html

i was about to get crazy really! :D

have had two problems that was solved by this helpful forum! 
thanks heaps!

godbless you guys! :) 




tinkee wrote:
> 
> 
> just additional info, it may help:
> 
> User: apache
> Group apache
> 
> i think i changed it to root:root and also
> the /etc/httpd/ i changed the owner and group to root:root,
> and then i tried to revert back to apache:apache but its just does not
> work anymore.. 
> 
> 
> 
> tinkee wrote:
>> 
>> hi!
>> 
>> i am using apache as my webserver and i have a problem accessing my php
>> files in my browser,
>> it used to work properly until i think I messed up things.
>> now i don;t know what to do. T_T
>> 
>> everytime i open my php files which are on
>> /var/www/htm/
>> 
>> it gives me the permission denied error.
>> 
>> i think i messed up with the chown and chgrp
>> i typed all these before this happened:
>> i think giving root the right to all apache resources. i probably was not
>> able to do it properly.
>> 
>> ------------
>>   # chown -R root:root /usr/local/apache
>>   # find /usr/local/apache -type d | xargs chmod 755
>>   # find /usr/local/apache -type f | xargs chmod 644 
>> 
>>   # chmod -R go-r   /usr/local/apache/conf   ->>im not too sure what this
>> does.
>>   # chmod -R go-r  /usr/local/apache/logs 
>> --------------------------------------
>> 
>>  i wanted to change permissions so that my apache could create a file. 
>>  now it forbids me to do anything.
>>   
>>   even if i check on the status of my httpd:
>>  /usr/sbin/apachectl status
>> 
>>  It gives me this error:
>>     Forbidden
>>     You dont have permission to access /server-status on this server.
>> 
>>   Same error is given when i try to access my http://localhost/ in the
>> browser:
>>     Forbidden
>>     You dont have permission to access / on this server.
>>     --------------------------------------
>>    Apache/2.2.3 (Red Hat) Server at localhost Port 80
>>    
>> 
>>  In the httpd/logs/error.log it gives me these errors:
>>  
>>  - (13)Permission denied: access to /denied
>>  -  (13) Permission denied: access to /favicon.ico denied 
>> 
>>  It seems to restrict me to access anything..
>> 
>>  please help, how do i revert back to normal?
>>  i need this to work properly again.
>> 
>>  I know it has something to do with the permission, when i run the httpd
>> it cannot get through / on the server even.. 
>> 
>>  thank you so much,
>> tinks
>> 
>> 
>>  
>> 
> 
> 

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