#apache - Tue 13 Mar 2007 between 16:21 and 16:32

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Tuxguyfajita: step 13
fajitaTuxguy: I give up.
Tuxguy\o/
actionfajita cheers, too!
fajitacheers, too!
Tuxguystep 1
fajitaWhatever the problem, step 1 is always to look in the error log.
opapoDrBacchus: is there another tool I should be using to give you more helpful information?
DrBacchusmod_log_forensic would tell you when the request started and ended. That might be useful data.
Tuxguy:(
(13)Permission denied: access to /~tux denied
DrBacchusfajita: (13)
Tuxguyfajita: 13
fajitaDrBacchus: (13) indicates a file permissions problem. Make sure that Apache can read the file(s) and directories being accessed or See also http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/Errors/13PermissionDenied
Tuxguy:(
The permissions are good though, that's what I dont understand.
DrBacchusNo, they're not. Apache has no incentive to lie to you.
We just need to look closer.
namei -m /home/tux/public_html
Tuxguydrwxr-xr-x /
drwxr-xr-x home
drwx------ tux
drwxr-xr-x public_html
DrBacchusThere you go
chmod 711 /home/tux
TuxguyI did.. that's weird
DrBacchusAnd have a nice day.
TuxguyThat's not the problem
DrBacchusThat was a problem, certainly.
There may be others.
What does the error log say now?
Tuxguy(13)Permission denied: access to /~tux denied
DrBacchusThen there's still a permission problem. I blame selinux.
fajita: selinux
fajitaDrBacchus: selinux is The New Universal Scapegoat! http://www.nsa.gov/selinux/ httpd FAQ: http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/selinux-apache-fc3/ TIP: Use 'setenforce 0' to set permissive and test, man the following: chcon, getsebool, setsebool - Use `ls -alZ` to see context; More:
..http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SELinux - http://danwalsh.livejournal.com/
Tuxguywhoops
I looked at the same one again
DrBacchusok
Tuxguyfajita: client denied by server configuration
fajitaTuxguy: Have a look at http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/Errors/ClientDeniedByServerConfiguration for a better idea of what this error message means

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