Another boring permission question!
I wana make my public_html folder completely private to me, which means if I run FireFox and I enter localhost/~bijan (oopse, I forgot to say, I'm bijan!), I can see the contents of my public_html folder. But let's say if another user like babak does the same thing in his browser, he gets a Forbidden note, one of those nice error 403s.
Well, I did this:
chgrop www public_html -R
chmod 770 public_html -R
And now when I "ls -l", I see that everything is perfectly set, which means public_html and all its contents are 770, with bijan as the owner and www as the group owner.
The above solution doesn't work! I "su babak" and tried to see "localhost/~bijan", and voila, I could perfectly see it! So, I'm asking you this question: Is that possible that I throw that 403 error for any user except me myself?