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Subdomains returning HTTP 403 after updating Apache from 2.2 to 2.4

After an operating system upgrade which involved updating Apache from 2.2 to 2.4, I'm now getting 403s trying to access http://files.fierydragonlord.com/ and http://status.fierydragonlord.com/. ...
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RHEL Apache: 403 Forbidden on VirtualHost

My files are all owned by apache:apache. All directories have 770 permissions and files have 660 permissions. My original virtualhost seems to be fine but the second one is getting 403 errors on all ...
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make web service works on other virtual host wihtout ssl mod

I have performed (two way SSL) mutual authentication on my web application with (self signed SSL certificate ) This Application contains Rest web service functions in some pages . Those functions are ...
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403 Forbidden when using a dir wildcard

I am using a wild card so that I do not have to create a dir listing for each folder I create I can access folder.dev/index.html correctly but when I try to access folder.dev I am getting a 403based ...
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Having trouble with my virtual host set up of phpmyadmin with apache

I have lampp and wordpress installed correctly. When I attempt to navigate to http://localhost/phpmyadmin I get a 403 permission denied error. I can access the two sites available in my virtual host ...
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Apache returns 403 Forbidden for alternative port vhost

I'm having an issue getting vhosts to work on Apache 2.2, Debian 6. I have two VirtualHosts, one on port 80 and one on port 8888. The port 80 one has been created automatically by DirectAdmin, the ...
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Trying to play with apache virtual hosts, getting access forbidden errors

I'm just messing around with virtual hosts on my XAMPP + Apache install on Windows to make it work so that http://disko.local redirects to a folder in my PC where the project's files are stored. I've ...
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Apache2 VirtualHosts 403 Oddity

I'm sure this is something I should already understand, but I'm finding myself confused. The configs in play add up to this: NameVirtualHost *:80 Listen 80 <VirtualHost *:80> ...
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Ubuntu: Apache access forbidden error

I've been experiencing a problem with my virtual hosts, I don't understand why apache looks for /home/* directory if my virtualhosts' directory is somewhere else? tail -f ...