Jose Hales-Garcia <email@hidden> writes:
>1. Look that the Apache configuration for this domain is actually
>referring to the same directory.
> It's possible it's been reset to some other directory. It should look
>DocumentRoot "/Library/WebServer/Document/courses/" # (or whatever path
Options All -Indexes +ExecCGI +Includes +MultiViews
>2. Make sure that your intended index files are listed in the
>DirectoryIndex. It should look something like:
>DirectoryIndex "index.html" "index.php" "index.htm"
I've got an index.html file there.
>3. Look at the permissions of the index.html (or whatever index file
>exists) in the document root. It should be, in your case, set to 640
>(assuming that www is the owner), although it wouldn't hurt to set it to
-rwxr-xr-x 1 www admin 183 Sep 12 08:49 index.html
Seems like something got messed up with the apache config somehow. Is
there some other test or config utility that I could? I tried making a new
virtual host entry pointing to a different directory and got the same
result: Forbidden 403 on any page requested.
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