Old 19th June 2008, 19:20
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Question Index of settings

Hi All,

I have got ISPConfig successfully installed from the tutorial on this site, but i am having a little trouble with a configuration option.

I have a site created but say if i was to create a directory within that website and put a few files in it i get "403 Error - Forbidden"

What i want to see is the Index of... thingy with a list of my files when you do not have a index.htm or alike file
-File 1
-File 2
-File n...

I have changed all the permissions and options by ftp and on ISPConfig that i can see, but i cannot see why it would be still saying forbidden!

Is there something i need to do in the Apache config?

Any help would be great

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Old 20th June 2008, 11:36
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Are you sure that the files are in the correct directory? Please check that the "administrator" checkbox is enabled for the user that you used to upload the files.

Aditionally, please post the output of the command:

ls -la

executed in "web" directory of the website.
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