fedora 4 + apache + forbidden

Raul raul at c3-po.info
Fri Dec 23 10:56:06 UTC 2005

Hi there, am having a problem I don't understand... so I cannot resolve, 
am running Apache/2.0.54 (Fedora c4), with a default httpd.conf for a 
small intranet.

This is my /var/www/html :

[root at azul html]# ll
total 48
lrwxrwxrwx      1 root       root             13 Dec 22 01:10 ldap -> 
-rw-r--r--            1 root       root             22 Dec 17 21:25 
drwxrwxr-x      7 apache   apache 4096 Dec 21 23:55 phpldapadmin
lrwxrwxrwx      1 root   root     20 Dec 17 23:56 phpmyadmin -> 

drwxr-xr-x      7 apache apache 4096 Dec 22 00:13 phpMyAdmin-2.7.0-pl1
drwxr-xr-x      8 apache apache 4096 Dec 17 21:46 scarecrow
drwxr-xr-x      2 root   root   4096 Dec 22 01:10 test

As I said am having all the defaults on apache (users etc.) however am 
not able to access the folder phpldapadmin by http://azul/phpldapadmin, 
but I do access it via http://azul/ldap which is a soft link to 
phpldapadmin. The error message am getting is a simple forbidden. Since 
I can access tru the link is not a real problem, but I don't know why I 
cannot make it tru the original.

Things I changed on the conf file are

    AllowOverride All

     UserDir public_html

everything else is the defaults.

P.S. am getting the sam error when doing http://azul/~user/

I know is my just being thick, but can anyone tell me where am being thick?


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