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Well, looks like you're fine there. The parent, current, and sub directories all have read and execute access for everybody. It really is a shocker that changing your local root ...
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    Well, looks like you're fine there. The parent, current, and sub directories all have read and execute access for everybody. It really is a shocker that changing your local root didn't allow you to see those mounted directories. After all, I can see mounted directories in my vsftpd. Dunno why my mounts being --bind and your mounts being something else makes any difference.

    I guess you're stuck with using apache.

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    Yeah.. Apache then...Thanks for all the help though...

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