From: Christian Mayrhuber (christian.mayrhuber_at_gmx.net)
Date: Mon 24 Feb 2003 - 15:50:26 GMT
The problem is not with vserver, it was in the permissions of the directory tree.
/vserver/ 0000 (no rights at all)
/test/ must have 0755, but had 0750
I wasn't even able to see / as user www-data in the vserver.
Man, I'm angry that I didn't come up with the idea of su -ing myself.
Thanks very much.
> check which user/group apache uses, (usually http or apache)
> and 'su' to that account (in the virtual server), then
> try to access the index file with ls and cat, if both
> works as expected, then look for a .htaccess file in this
> directory restricting access, and of course look at the
> apache log files ... access and error
-- lg, Chris