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RE: HTTPD



probably a permissions problem, either with the /home/httpd/html directory
or with /home/httpd

Michael Viron
Computer Support Specialist / System Administrator
University Commons & Student Activities
University of West Florida

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Nosko [mailto:peter_nosko yahoo com]
Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2000 3:10 PM
To: Redhat-Install-List
Subject: HTTPD


pn] I'm a newbie to Linux and web servers.  I installed RH6.2, the custom
"everything" option (I'll start over or uninstall RPMs after my feet are
wet).  The only configuration item I changed in linuxconf (under Apache Web
Server) was to add a Server name so that the service would start properly (I
used a single word name, w/o xxx.domain.com in case this is significant.)
I do have httpd processes running.

pn] Whenever I try to go to http://myservername or in this case
http://myservername/index.html in Netscape Navigator, I get the following.
This happens from other clients, and even on the linux server when logged in
as root.

===================================================
Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /index.html on this server.


Apache/1.3.12 Server at myservername Port 80
===================================================

pn] I must be overlooking something obvious (to others).  Can anyone help
out?  BTW, this is on an internal network.


-----
Peter Nosko


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