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apache wont follow symlinks | 403 permission denied

im using Ubuntu 14.04, and got problem with apache configuration: i created a Symlink in /var/www/html (the apache DocRoot since Ubuntu 14.04) torwards /home/me/myWebDirectory cd /var/www/html ln ...
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I'm having some troubles with setting up my webserver (Centos 5.8). It's a brand new server and I'm trying to set a vhost to the following dir: /home/exo/public_html However whenever I restart ...
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Nagios 403 forbidden, indexes?

I installed nagios under freebsd 9, but can't figure out the right way for it to be public in the browser (from other pc's). I think that the problem is in the indexes or that there is no index file ...
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I have a virtual server running Windows Server 2008 r2 onto which I have installed Windows Sharepoint Services 3. My SQL server is also a VM running MSSQL 2008 on Windows Server 2008 r2. I am using ...
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I switched from opensuse yesterday and i'm trying to configure the personal pc. In opensuse was pretty easy because i only needed to use the yast. Now: I've got 403 error Forbidden You dont have ...
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apache permission errors

I'm trying to set up Apache on a arch-linux box as a testing environment (I'm only using the localhost, not trying to serve anything to the greater web). When setting up Django with mod_wsgi, it ...
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Apache “No Permission” - 403 forbidden

I've accidentally performed a wrong chown update this morning and now my /var/www permissions are all wrong. I'm unable to access anything anymore, apache will always say I do not have permission to ...
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Apache: Isn't chmod 755 enough to set up symlink or alias on Apache httpd on Mac OS 10.5?

On my Mac OS 10.5 machine, I would like to set up a subfolder of ~/Documents like ~/Documents/foo/html to be http://localhost/foo. The first thing I thought of doing is using Alias as follows: Alias ...