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icon9.gif  Apache keeps bringing 403 error, Fedora Core 10 [message #79556] Mon, 08 June 2009 03:31 Go to next message
canelo  is currently offline canelo
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Hi everyone,

I am currently following the Jobeet tutorial to gain an insight of symfony but I am stuck with the 403 Error that Apache keeps bringing.

I have make sure to have all the config files properly modified, the firewall allowing access to port 8080. I even have tried the solution suggested in this thread

Does anyone knows what I might be missing?

Re: Apache keeps bringing 403 error, Fedora Core 10 [message #79580 is a reply to message #79556 ] Mon, 08 June 2009 14:35 Go to previous message
halfer  is currently offline halfer
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403 is a 'forbidden' message. I think the problem will be in your vhost configuration - ensure that you have the right Allow and Order directives in your vhost. This is in the jobeet docs, I believe.

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