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Old 11th July 2007, 15:59
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I did some searching and couldn't find anything related to this, so hopefully its just a quick easy answer for you guys.

I want to make one single directory viewable. As it sits right now when I pull up zvy.org/pics I get a 403 error because there is nothing but .jpg's and .gif's in there. However when I pull it up I would like to see a listing of all the files in the folder, and just that one folder.

can someone please point me in the direct direction? I am sure its just a simple apache folder directive but I can't find anything. Thanks in advance.
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Old 11th July 2007, 17:18
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I figured it out,

I just added;
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<Directory '/var/www/web1/web/pics'>
   Options Indexes
</Directory>
in my apache directives within ISPConfig.
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