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I'm new to Apache, and am trying to configure my web server, but have run into a small problem. I have a FC3 server up and running with Apache 2.0, ...
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    [Help] Problem with AutoIndexing


    I'm new to Apache, and am trying to configure my web server, but have run into a small problem.

    I have a FC3 server up and running with Apache 2.0, configured for individual users webspace.

    My problem is that when i go to
    Code:
    http://location.of.server/~username/folder
    i get a 403 forbidden error.

    However, if i go to
    Code:
    http://location.of.server/~username/folder/file_in_folder.txt
    I am able to open it just fine. As far as I know, all the permissions for the files and folders are correct, but i'll be double-checking those.

    Also, what is interesting is if I go to
    Code:
    http://location.of.server/folder
    I am able to view the contents of that folder (It seems as though autoindexing is working for the base web directory, but not for the individual users' webspace. If you need me to post any more details, please let me know. Thanks in advance.[/code]

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    Have you checked for .htaccess file ?


    afrolinux

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    Hi afrolinux,

    As of right now I don't believe there are any .htaccess files I have set up, is there anything in particular I should add to the file?

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    Anyone else have any info to shed on this problem?

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