I've looked through the FAQ, but haven't found anything on this. This
situation is pretty baffling really. I have installed Apache 1.3.6 on AIX
4.3.2. I have a traffic program that runs some perl scripts. Under
/usr/local/apache/cgi-bin I created a symbolic link called traffic which
links to /usr/traffic/cgi . When I execute an script from the browser using
a script in the /usr/traffic/cgi directory, I get the:
You don't have permission to access /cgi-bin/traffic/router-report on this
Error message. HOWEVER, if I delete the symbolic link and create a directory
called traffic, and just copy all my scripts from /usr/traffic/cgi,
everything works fine... Obviously, this is not the preferred solution...
The owner of /usr/local/apache/cgi-bin is root.bin. The owner of the traffic
link (or directory) under this cgi-bin directory is also root.bin. I've
tried it all with varying permissions, but stillhave this problem...
Any help would be greatly appreciated!