G'day, I have a web server running on my personal computer as a means for me to test various things. By default, Fedora (running version 10 atm) seems to set the permission for /var/www/html/ as
Deny from all
What is the easiest way to correct this? I have tried putting a .htaccess file in each folder, but I would much rather use some method that will apply to every folder under /var/www/html/. The .htaccess file I have tried using is
Order allow, deny Allow from all Deny from none
NOTE: I don't connect this computer to the network at all, so I don't care if "everyone" has permissions to view the folder.
Many thanks for answering.
EDIT: The contents of /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf (the relevant part) are:
<Directory "/var/www/html"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Order allow, deny Allow from all </Directory>
EDIT 2: I have found that some of the files in the folder are accessible, but not all of them - the permissions of every file are the same, but while I can access compressed.css, I can't access screen.css