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closed by Globs   21/08/2007 @ 15:21  Topic # 65  Forbidden

22/02/2006 @ 21:51
by Poochie

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I just installed WiPhA and it gives me a Forbidden error. I got php working and the other sites work. I even tried to set the wipha folder to 777 permissions but with no results. any hint? n
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22/02/2006 @ 22:08
by Globs

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Not at that time.
Could you describe more precisely what this "forbidden error" is ? which url ? exact displayed message ? ...

But this looks as an apache config issue.


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22/02/2006 @ 22:43
by Poochie

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Seems solved... it didn't work on a poochie:poochie folder with 777 permissions set recursively (nor the default ones), but I copied the content of the wipha folder to a newly created folder and it works like a charm! :)eek
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23/02/2006 @ 14:43
by AdrianB

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What happened when you copied the content is that the hidden file .htaccess wasn't copied (if you did it in Finder).

I hade the same problem, I got 403 Forbidden when I tried to access the wipha directory. I had to comment some lines it the .htaccess to make it work.
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23/02/2006 @ 20:31
by Globs

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Yes, this seems to be the cause, while I still don't understand why it's harmful in some cases, and worked  without trouble elsewhere.

I would recommend that you keep the .htaccess file, which protects your data files, and comment these lines (add a # at the beginning of each line):


<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
        RewriteEngine on
        RewriteRule .* - [E=REMOTE_USER:%­{­HTTP:Authorization},L]
</IfModule>


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27/02/2006 @ 17:43
by davidzizza

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This works for me locally, but people on the outside still cannot access the site, even though they can access the apache main web page and the username main web page.
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08/04/2006 @ 17:25
by Epon

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I've got the same error. I tried moving the files into a new folder. No help. I made sure that all firewalls are off. Still nothng. the .htaccess file already had the lines commented out. I removed the comments to give it a shot with php, still no help.
Any other ideas. This looks like a great tool!

http://localhost/~user/wipha/
Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /~user/wipha/ on this server.

Apache/1.3.33 Server at user-power-mac-g5.local Port 80
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08/04/2006 @ 17:56
by Globs

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In that case, maybe you really haven't permissions. Have you investigated this ?
can you access the site root (http://localhost/~user) ?
what are the permission on the wipha folder ?

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08/04/2006 @ 18:35
by Epony

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Well, that is actually true. I'm not sure what the issue is then. I set permissions to even be 777 on ~/Sites down, command line: chmod -R 777 ~/Sites
I can't even get my index.html to show up in the main sites folder. Firewall off, Little Snitch off, Personal Web sharing on.
No ideas here. cry
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08/04/2006 @ 18:40
by Globs

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Then, you probably need to give the proper permission on your home folder.  chmod o+x should be enough. Otherwise, try chmod o+rx.

By the way, if this finally works, you'll have to re-install wipha, since your recursive chmod 777 will have reset some special permissions on the data and cache folders.

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