Re: Apache2 directory listing problem F16
On 07/27/2012 12:46, Tim wrote:
On Fri, 2012-07-27 at 11:55 -0400, Mark Haney wrote:The problem is, no matter what I do, I get an access denied error. By default apache2 has INDEXES enabled for DOCROOT, but to be on the safeside I added a new directory directive for <DOCROOT/pics> and set INDEXES. Still nothing.Is your access denied error just for trying to view an index, or does ithappen when trying to view anything?Did you set that directive /after/ any opposing rules, were set? And isyour filepath inside the usual docroot, or outside of it? (It goes inside <Directory> clauses.)The files, and all the directories back to the Linux /, all need to beworld-readable, and the directories also need to be world executable. e.g. /var/ /var/www/ /var/www/html/ /var/www/html/whatever-else/ All need to have at least -------r-x directory permissions, and -------r-- file permissions. Likewise, if you're serving from /home/your-username/public_html/If SELinux is enforcing, then there needs to be a "httpd_sys_content" or "httpd_user_content" context to the file and directories, too. That'll be set, by default, if you create or copy files in the usual web serving filepaths; but not if you created them elsewhere, and moved them over.If you're serving from an unusual filepath, then you'll need to manually apply file contexts. And you'll need to re-apply them anytime there's a relabelling of the file system, or, you'd create a rule for your servingfilespace, so it gets labelled automatically.You may also need to tick some options on inside a SELinux configurator,regarding local webserving, too. -- [tim@localhost ~]$ uname -r 22.214.171.124-78.2.56.fc9.i686 Don't send private replies to my address, the mailbox is ignored. I read messages from the public lists.
If he is serving from an unusual path he should use the semanage fcontext command to add the proper labeling and then just relabel that location. That way he doesn't have to worry about relabeling operations.
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