Web server permission in FC9

David Nguyen pppswing at yahoo.fr
Thu May 22 08:10:22 UTC 2008

i think that maybe 
- you forget to copy the error directory,
- your files/directories don't have appropriate owner and right (shutdown SE Linux)
- you didn't allow rewrite mode in http.conf to get your customized 404

--- En date de : Jeu 22.5.08, Charles Layno <clayno at ncwg.cap.gov> a écrit :

> De: Charles Layno <clayno at ncwg.cap.gov>
> Objet: Web server permission in FC9
> À: fedora-list at redhat.com
> Date: Jeudi 22 Mai 2008, 2h57
> Ok, I know I have something screwed up here and for the life
> of me I can't 
> see the forest for the trees.
> I am upgrading from FC6 to FC9 with a new box and install.
> I use a 
> different area to house my files for the web server than
> /var/www/html. I 
> have taken my old httpd.conf and changed the
> DocumentRoot's in the new 
> config file and even tried a symbolic link to see if I
> could get passed the 
> permission issue I have. The regular server is working but
> the "not 
> configured page" works just fine so I know the server
> is working. Here is 
> the error message I am getting:
> #Forbidden
> #You don't have permission to access / on this server.
> #Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while
> trying to use an 
> ErrorDocument to handle the request.
> I have run out of ideas.
> Charles Layno
> Greensboro, NC  
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