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I recently installed apache 1.3 with PHP5. The problem I'm having is that images aren't loading which are in a subdirectory of my document root. If I put a graphic ...
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    Images in a subdirectory won't load


    I recently installed apache 1.3 with PHP5. The problem I'm having is that images aren't loading which are in a subdirectory of my document root. If I put a graphic in the root and specify it as go.gif it will load. If I specify it as images/go.gif it wouldn't. I can understand blocking hotlinking but this seems to be excessive. I opened the same file in NVU and it displayed the image with the images/go.gif image so apache is choosing not to render it. How can I fix this?

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    what distro are you using

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    Do you have read permissions set for the other field on those images?
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