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Superpelican, Further to the comment above. May want to try "sudo chown -R www-data:www-data * " or "sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /media/storage/www/* " On that folder or subfolders from within /media/storage/www This way the webserver owns the folders and files within not you as a user. As far as chmod.. Also try it with something like "sudo chmod ...
You can't access your www folder because www-data user only has 4 right (user:group jurre:www-data and rights 740) which means no execution right on www folder, only read (read folder name and attributes). You need execution right on folder, because executing a folder means opening it (to list files or to enter it). You can do this with your own user jurre ...
According to the lighttpd docs on configuration file syntax, only double quotes ", not ' are supported. Your observation, that $SERVER["socket"] == ":80" works, but $HTTP["url"] == '/my_path/' isn't, confirms this.
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