I am running a stock lighttpd installation with no configuration changes. Client sees a 403 forbidden error trying to access static images (even from an img tag on a static page). Nothing in the logs ...
When someone requests http://www.mydomain.com/ I want to run a script called index.pl. I have put it in my root directory (/var/www) and I get 403 errors. I put it in the default /usr/lib/cgi-bin ...
I've setup a CentOS 6.3 box with lighttpd, php-fpm and I can server both static files and PHP files with SELinux enabled if I leave the lighttpd home directory set to the default (/var/www/lighttpd). ...
Whats the problem: When I goto //localhost/phpmyadmin I get what I would get if I did //localhost/, I'm using both http: and https:. What did I do, that changed it: I simply reinstalled lighttpd. ...
I'm in the process of replacing Apache with Lighty and I'm having some trouble. The index of the page loads fine, but whenever I try to go into a subdirectory I will get a 403 forbidden error. It ...