You must change the permissions on your home directory and the public_html
directory for the world to be able to see it. Try doing this logged in (or
su -l) as the user in question:
chmod 755 . public_html
This will make sure the directory can be read from the web. If you want more
privacy for your files, just set the permissions on a per-file basis in the
directories of your web directory.
>I want to give users on the FreeBSD box their own web dirs, like
>I really used the apache's default option in srm.conf as
>and I created public_html in users home directory.
>When I browse it, it replys "You don't have permission to access
>/~user/ on this server".
>I checked all home dirs are readable by others.
>Any suggestions would be appreciated.
>Thanks in advance.