Forbidden/You don't have permission

Forbidden/You don't have permission

Post by Jim » Mon, 26 Feb 2001 18:59:00



I just installed Apache 1.3.17 today on a RH 6.1 system (192.168.0.3).
The problem is I can pull up index.html from 192.168.0.1 and
192.168..0.3 logged in as "Jim" so I know the server is up and running
but when I try to get 192.168.0.3/~Jim I get "Forbidden You don't have
permission to access /~Jim/ on this server."
The error log says "[client 192.168.0.1] File does not exist:
/usr/local/apache/htdocs/bin/"
The FAQ at apache.org suggests removing "<Files ~>" from httpd.conf but
when I searched, I didn't find it. It also say the permissions may be
off but as far as I can tell read access is enabled.
How can I fix this? This is all pretty new to me.
Thanks

--
Jim

Whose '67 Mustang is Y2K compliant invites visitors to his
palatial home on the internet at http://www.abraxis.com/panther

The four words I hate to read when trying to solve a problem: "Consult
your network administrator"
I AM the network administrator.

 
 
 

Forbidden/You don't have permission

Post by Joshua Sliv » Tue, 27 Feb 2001 03:51:51



> I just installed Apache 1.3.17 today on a RH 6.1 system (192.168.0.3).
> The problem is I can pull up index.html from 192.168.0.1 and
> 192.168..0.3 logged in as "Jim" so I know the server is up and running
> but when I try to get 192.168.0.3/~Jim I get "Forbidden You don't have
> permission to access /~Jim/ on this server."
> The error log says "[client 192.168.0.1] File does not exist:
> /usr/local/apache/htdocs/bin/"
> The FAQ at apache.org suggests removing "<Files ~>" from httpd.conf but
> when I searched, I didn't find it. It also say the permissions may be
> off but as far as I can tell read access is enabled.
> How can I fix this? This is all pretty new to me.
> Thanks

What does the error log say?

Did you check permissions on all parent directories (/home /home/jim,
etc)?

--
Joshua Slive

http://slive.ca/

 
 
 

Forbidden/You don't have permission

Post by Jim » Tue, 27 Feb 2001 14:16:32




> > I just installed Apache 1.3.17 today on a RH 6.1 system (192.168.0.3).
> > The problem is I can pull up index.html from 192.168.0.1 and
> > 192.168..0.3 logged in as "Jim" so I know the server is up and running
> > but when I try to get 192.168.0.3/~Jim I get "Forbidden You don't have
> > permission to access /~Jim/ on this server."
> > The error log says "[client 192.168.0.1] File does not exist:
> > /usr/local/apache/htdocs/bin/"
> > The FAQ at apache.org suggests removing "<Files ~>" from httpd.conf but
> > when I searched, I didn't find it. It also say the permissions may be
> > off but as far as I can tell read access is enabled.
> > How can I fix this? This is all pretty new to me.
> > Thanks

> What does the error log say?

> Did you check permissions on all parent directories (/home /home/jim,
> etc)?

> --

The full message tonight after booting up is:
[alert] httpd: Could not determine the server's fully qualified domain
name, using 127.0.0.1 for Servername.
[notice] Apache/1.3.17 (Unix) configured -- resuming normal operations.
Last night I had these two plus this(which I can't seem to duplicate
tonight):
[error] [client 192.168.0.1] File does not exist:
/usr/local/apache/htdocs/bin/

Logged in as 'Jim':
drwxr-xr-x   home/
drwxr--r--   home/Jim/
drwxr-xr-x   home/Jim/public_html/
-rw-r--r--   home/Jim/public_html/index.html

What have I missed?

--
Jim

Whose '67 Mustang is Y2K compliant invites visitors to his
palatial home on the internet at http://www.abraxis.com/panther

The four words I hate to read when trying to solve a problem: "Consult
your network administrator"
I AM the network administrator.

 
 
 

Forbidden/You don't have permission

Post by Jim » Tue, 27 Feb 2001 14:48:18




> > I just installed Apache 1.3.17 today on a RH 6.1 system (192.168.0.3).
> > The problem is I can pull up index.html from 192.168.0.1 and
> > 192.168..0.3 logged in as "Jim" so I know the server is up and running
> > but when I try to get 192.168.0.3/~Jim I get "Forbidden You don't have
> > permission to access /~Jim/ on this server."
> > The error log says "[client 192.168.0.1] File does not exist:
> > /usr/local/apache/htdocs/bin/"
> > The FAQ at apache.org suggests removing "<Files ~>" from httpd.conf but
> > when I searched, I didn't find it. It also say the permissions may be
> > off but as far as I can tell read access is enabled.
> > How can I fix this? This is all pretty new to me.
> > Thanks

> What does the error log say?

> Did you check permissions on all parent directories (/home /home/jim,
> etc)?

Forgot to add that the access log has:
"GET /~Jim/ HTTP/1.0" 403 269
which I understand as a client error (403)

--
Jim

Whose '67 Mustang is Y2K compliant invites visitors to his
palatial home on the internet at http://www.abraxis.com/panther

The four words I hate to read when trying to solve a problem: "Consult
your network administrator"
I AM the network administrator.

 
 
 

Forbidden/You don't have permission

Post by Jim » Tue, 27 Feb 2001 21:06:39




> > I just installed Apache 1.3.17 today on a RH 6.1 system (192.168.0.3).
> > The problem is I can pull up index.html from 192.168.0.1 and
> > 192.168..0.3 logged in as "Jim" so I know the server is up and running
> > but when I try to get 192.168.0.3/~Jim I get "Forbidden You don't have
> > permission to access /~Jim/ on this server."
> > The error log says "[client 192.168.0.1] File does not exist:
> > /usr/local/apache/htdocs/bin/"
> > The FAQ at apache.org suggests removing "<Files ~>" from httpd.conf but
> > when I searched, I didn't find it. It also say the permissions may be
> > off but as far as I can tell read access is enabled.
> > How can I fix this? This is all pretty new to me.
> > Thanks

> What does the error log say?

> Did you check permissions on all parent directories (/home /home/jim,
> etc)?

It was the friggin' write permissions.
Once I turned 'em on, everything worked.
Oh well.
Live and learn...

--
Jim

Whose '67 Mustang is Y2K compliant invites visitors to his
palatial home on the internet at http://www.abraxis.com/panther

The four words I hate to read when trying to solve a problem: "Consult
your network administrator"
I AM the network administrator.

 
 
 

Forbidden/You don't have permission

Post by Joshua Sliv » Wed, 28 Feb 2001 02:48:30



> drwxr--r--   home/Jim/

Bzzzt.  You need to chmod +x /home/Jim

--
Joshua Slive

http://slive.ca/

 
 
 

Forbidden/You don't have permission

Post by Jim » Wed, 28 Feb 2001 05:25:25


Obviously I was up all night working on this. It was execute NOT write.




> > > I just installed Apache 1.3.17 today on a RH 6.1 system (192.168.0.3).
> > > The problem is I can pull up index.html from 192.168.0.1 and
> > > 192.168..0.3 logged in as "Jim" so I know the server is up and running
> > > but when I try to get 192.168.0.3/~Jim I get "Forbidden You don't have
> > > permission to access /~Jim/ on this server."
> > > The error log says "[client 192.168.0.1] File does not exist:
> > > /usr/local/apache/htdocs/bin/"
> > > The FAQ at apache.org suggests removing "<Files ~>" from httpd.conf but
> > > when I searched, I didn't find it. It also say the permissions may be
> > > off but as far as I can tell read access is enabled.
> > > How can I fix this? This is all pretty new to me.
> > > Thanks

> > What does the error log say?

> > Did you check permissions on all parent directories (/home /home/jim,
> > etc)?

> It was the friggin' write permissions.
> Once I turned 'em on, everything worked.
> Oh well.
> Live and learn...

> --
> Jim

> Whose '67 Mustang is Y2K compliant invites visitors to his
> palatial home on the internet at http://www.abraxis.com/panther

> The four words I hate to read when trying to solve a problem: "Consult
> your network administrator"
> I AM the network administrator.

--
Jim

Whose '67 Mustang is Y2K compliant invites visitors to his
palatial home on the internet at http://www.abraxis.com/panther

The four words I hate to read when trying to solve a problem: "Consult
your network administrator"
I AM the network administrator.

 
 
 

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