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accepted Is there an Apache2 directive to explicitly set directory listings 403 Forbidden?
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comment Is there an Apache2 directive to explicitly set directory listings 403 Forbidden?
Interesting. No, the dir really exists. Even DirectorySlash is 301'ing me to the 404. Very strange. Do you have any mod_rewrite rules forbidding dir listings?
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comment Is the Apache Directory directive supposed to be relative to the DocumentRoot or not?
I see. So <Directory /> from a VirtualHost context can override server-wide Options (or other settings) of <Directory />? That makes sense. Thanks for the help.
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comment Is the Apache Directory directive supposed to be relative to the DocumentRoot or not?
If the second example literally refers to the filesystem /, then why does Apache serve the /var/www directory?