I've got a problem that is absolutely driving me bonkers. I am hosting a clan website. We play a bunch of different mods and I use Psychostats for four or five of them. What I used to do when the OS was Windows was I set up virtual directories and hosted the stats for each mod in those directories. However, under GNU/Linux, I am unable to get this to work. It seems that no matter what I do I get permission denied errors. I have tried chmodding the directories to 777 even, but I still get permission denied. I've tried defaults for the partition in /etc/fstab, but no joy, so I know it isn't a conventional file/folder, or partition mount permissions problem. This is an example of one of the virtual directories I am trying to host out of: Code: Alias /stats/tfc/ "/usr/games/hlds_l/tfc/addons/psychostats/stats/" <Directory "/usr/games/hlds_l/tfc/addons/psychostats/stats"> Options FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory> edit: I've also tried changing the ownership of the folders to apache2/apache2, which is what the server runs under.