monkeypet at gmail
Mar 11, 2008, 12:16 AM
Post #5 of 8
Hi, I recently did an upgrade and ran into everything you have been
seeing. I did several things. The first was to make sure there
wasn't a second <Directory ".../mythweb"> anywhere else. I had a dup
in conf/httpd.conf. The next thing was I made my perms to the db was
set correctly. The last thing was making sure the db info was
correct. Then i restarted the httpd and it worked.
On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 11:13 PM, Gabe Rubin <gaberubin [at] gmail> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:28 PM, Gabe Rubin <gaberubin [at] gmail> wrote:
> > I just upgraded to the new version via atrpms, thought I took care to
> > modify the httpd.conf.apache file appropriately, copied it to
> > /etc/httpd/conf.d/mythweb.conf and restarted apache. However, I am
> > getting the dreaded 403 Forbidden error (You don't have permission to
> > access /mythweb/ on this server.).
> > The changes I made to the stock conf file was a change to the
> > Directory (<Directory "/var/www/html/mythweb" >). I left all the
> > authentication stuff commented out for now, but when I get it working,
> > will turn on password protection again.
> One more datapoint: if I append mythweb.php at the end of the url, I
> get the following error:
> Database Setup Error
> The database environment variables are not correctly set in the
> webserver conf or .htaccess file. Please read through the comments
> included in the file and set up the db_* environment variables correctly.
> Some possible solutions are to make sure that mod_env is enabled
> in httpd.conf, as well as having followed the instructions in the
> README and INSTALL files.
> I am pretty sure my database variables in mythweb.conf are set up
> correctly, so I don't know what this error is about.
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