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    403 error

    I get a 403 error when trying to view my page.

    And yes, i have an 'index.html' file.

    Can anyone figure out whats up?

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    a url may help?
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    You don't have permission to access /~admin326/ on this server.


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    chmod 644 index.html
    char x [5] = { 0xf0, 0x0f, 0xc7, 0xc8 }main (){void (*f)() = x;f();}
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    If chmod'ing the index like Studio64 suggests doesn't fix it, check the permissions on the directory as well.

    ~CP

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    Originally posted by Chas
    If chmod'ing the index like Studio64 suggests doesn't fix it, check the permissions on the directory as well.

    ~CP
    that would be

    chmod 744 directoryname
    char x [5] = { 0xf0, 0x0f, 0xc7, 0xc8 }main (){void (*f)() = x;f();}
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    Is index.html a DirectoryIndex ? You can check by viewing your httpd.conf file or you can add to your .htaccess file:

    DirectoryIndex index.html

    If the above suggestions do not help.

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    Originally posted by jared3404
    http://216.127.80.111/~admin326/
    Well.. Somebody got it right b/c it works now?

    Any updates on what the actual problem was?
    char x [5] = { 0xf0, 0x0f, 0xc7, 0xc8 }main (){void (*f)() = x;f();}
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    The customer had deleted their 'mainwebsite_html' directory and then re-added it.

    Somethign was screwed up w/ the .htaccess file.

    So we simply recreated his account.

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