Code: include virtual="test.txt" I have tried following the advice in this thread http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1510098 but it makes no difference. The file is there, but the line is delivered to the browser as-is. Using Lucid and a new install of apache 2.2 from the repository.
I suspect that this has come up numerous times, but I am new to Linux and I am setting up a new in-house server using Ubuntu 9.04 and Apache, etc. I can see the welcoming "It Works!" message when I log in via Firefox. I can see "index.html" when I FTP the server with the site name and password at /var/www. I can also see the -rw-r-r-- attributes, but I can't edit the HTML file or replace it. When I try to rename the "index.html" file.
I get the following message: "Request denied. Verify that the file or folder exists and that you have the necessary permissions on the server to perform the requested operation."
I haven't been able to determine where to enter the password or what changes I need to make to be able to work with the /var/www directory via FTP.
With F11 installed Apache is having permissions issues reading files out of the html directory. Only wants to work with permissions set to read for other. [Thu Jun 11 23:25:28 2009] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] (13)Permission denied: file permissions deny server access: /var/www/html/index.html Tracked down the permissions issue. Is there a good reason not to change the group to apache and remove world read?
I have a new setup of 8.04 with Apache2, MSQL5 and PHP5.However, I can't get the PHP to run. It is NOT the common problem of the browser offering to download the files. In my case I have some PHP in an HTML file, but the PHP is just ignored.
I have played around with my httpd.conf and also php5.conf files, but I couldn't make any difference.
My httpd.conf sets the document root to /var/www and if I put a php file in here with command phpinfo(), then it seems to dispay correctly. My HTML files are /var/www/app/index.html
I have a Cent OS 5.4 32 bit final installed in my dedicated server. I used to run lighttpd with php in my server until now and all was fine. But yesterday I changed my website which needs apache to run. So installed apache using yum install httpd command. Then I added the virtual host name of my domain in webmin panel but when i try to run my php script in browser then its not opening php pages. Instead it downloads php files like index.php when i open in browser. So I guess apache is not able to compile and run php pages. Only html pages are opening right now..
I'm sure this is something simple, but I've googled all over and can't find the answer for the life of me. I've got an apache server and I need to redirect all requests to HTTPS in the same domain, except for 1 html file the load balancer hits and needs to get a 200 on. Can anyone point me to some documentation or show me what I need to add to the httpd.conf file to get it working properly?
Today, the power was suddenly cut off in my house, then my home Ubuntu Server restarted after the power on, but when I use my laptop to view my wesite, the index.html suddenly became blank page, I did clear the firefox cache, doesn't work, still blank, and I changed browser, to seamonkey, the index.html still was blank, so, I am sure that the problem is coused by the server, and then, I put the index.html file to a subdirectory, which under the /var/www/home/index.html, and then I put the address < [url] > ,then,I can view my website the main page index.html.
I'm pretty new to Debian, and I'm trying to set up Apache 2, and I want to set the DocumentRoot to public_html in my home dir, but I run into some problems.
I tried to change this (/etc/apache2/sites-available/default): <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost DocumentRoot /var/www/ <Directory /> Options FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None .....
When I restart apache I get a 403 error, and when I change it back to its original, it works fine. I want to change the DocumentRoot so I can upload files via FTP to ~/public_html. ~/public_html has the mode 777.
My setup is two laptops connected by crossover cable. One runs Windows xp the other Fedora 13. Neither is connected to internet. I'm using a subnet of 192.168.1.x On Fedora eth0 is up, apache runs because it creates pidfile. Everything pings fine. Windows xp ip pings fine from command line. Gave Windows xp a static ip of 192.168.1.1 mask 255.255.255.0 and gateway 1.2, same as eth0. xp says it sees the server. eth0 is up.
DirectoryIndex looks at index.html. I created that file with very simple code and put it in document root. Document root permissions are 755. Access_log 770. Error_log 644. Apache User 755. Listen 80 When I type the ip for eth0 (192.168.1.2) into firefox, firefox gives me an error message - can't find server. The connection status says its connected.
The error log includes a line: [warn]./mod_dnssd.c:No services found to register I don't know what this means. Apache is not writing to access_log. When I cat the path to access_log I get nothing, then a command prompt. I'm looking for the part I'm missing that will let Apache serve that index.html file to firefox so I can see how my code looks to firefox as I go.
I have apache working,i have users set under admin group in /home/admin/username/html that is with an html publicfolder at the end, now permissions are set right, /html is set to mode 777, and the contents also inside them. But everytime i do a 10.0.11.25/~les i get a damn forbidden error code, its got me so pissed off and i dont' know whats the problem. This is the error i get: Forbidden 403 You don't have permission to access /~les on this server.
[Tue May 05 19:37:48 2009] [notice] Apache/2.2.11 (Unix) DAV/2 PHP/5.2.6 configured -- resuming normal operations [Tue May 05 20:44:30 2009] [error] [client 10.3.0.254] (13)Permission denied: access to /~les denied
I would like to set-up a pretty fast a running apache. I would like to use him so to launch a pretty small web site of 10 static html pages. At this time there is no security concerns (even though I want to do it right) , because the computer has not even ethernet cable. I have some experience, 8 years ago I Was setting up virtual hosts in fedora, so this process is not a blackbox for me.
PI'm trying to write a script to list all open ports in the MINIUNPND chain in iptables and use the procotol, port and destination ip to open ports on another router using upnpc.Here is the output of iptables -L MINIUPNPD
I recently upgraded from FC12 to FC14 due to errors using yum and rpm. I keep running into mirror sites with RPM files that don't install. These site have what appear to be valid RPM files, but if I use wget to retrieve the file and run "file" on it, it turns out to be an HTML file. I understand the fact that if a file is corrupted, it won't install, but I can open these "RPM" files using Mozilla after changing the extension from RPM to HTML. When I open the new HTML file, I'm prompted by the browser to open or save the RPM file. If I save the RPM file pointed to by the HTML file, I can download and install it using rpm -ivvh unless a dependency check fails. how does anyone install using yum if the package is an HTML file with an RPM extension. Here is a link as an example:
If I use wget on this file and then run "file" on it, here is the output:
file openoffice.org-calc-core-3.3.0-20.2.fc14.i686.rpm openoffice.org-calc-core-3.3.0-20.2.fc14.i686.rpm: HTML document text
If I change the extension of this file to HTML and open it with my browser, I am prompted to download the RPM file which turns out to be a true RPM v3.0 file. Is anyone else having this problem or can anyone point me in the right direction to download the correct RPM file. I am running behind a proxy server and have installed cntlm, configured wgetrc, yum.conf and .curlrc to use the proxy server. I am able to download and install most of the simpler applications where the dependencies are either installed or non required.
I'm trying to set up some basic websites on an Apache 2 server running on my Linux box. At the moment, I have some really basic html files that I want to load into the /var/www directory. However, for whatever reason, I cannot save my html files. First, I thought it was because I didn't have permission on my account, so I switched to localadmin (i don't know if all Linux distros come with a localadmin account, but i know localadmin has "higher" permissions than, but less that root, of course). Even as localadmin, I could not save my html files!
I just downloaded libgtk2.0-doc at the gtkmm docs to help me with some programming. I've found where the libgtk2.0 documents are (/usr/share/gtk-doc/html) and I'm not for sure where the gtkmm docs are.
My question is: what is an easy way to view all of these HTML files? I know on Ruby you can run gem-server and you can see all of your RDocs from localhost on your browser. Is there an equivalent to that on Ubuntu for gtk-doc?
I am running Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit to do testing for a web site. I have successfully added a .htaccess file to the production site to process .html files as PHP files, but cannot get my localhost to process the files the same way.
Addition to apache2.config:
HTML Code: <Directory "/home/*/public_html/*"> AllowOverride All Order Deny,Allow
i am having a very weird problem with one of my ubuntu shared maps (/home/marc/shared).I am using VMware. Windows 7 host. Ubuntu 9.10 Guest.By right clicking the shared folder (/home/marc/shared) and selecting "Sharing options" i have installed the samba software needed. The installation went fine and samba seems all good.The folder should have read write access.When using windows 7 to browse the network the shared ubuntu folder appears nicely. I use my root credentials to login wich works nicely too.
Now the following strange thing happens:When i create a file e.g. test.php, i can edit it delete it. Actually i can do whatever i want.When i create a file e.g. test.html (mind the .html extension), for some reason i can read it, delete it, but not edit it! Windows gives me somekind of message like "Please check whether if this file is opened by another program".How on earth is this possible? I never opened or used the .html file in another application so i guess it has something to do with write access credentials. Which is weird since i am able to delete the file?
I install a nautilus plug-in which in turn installed the elinks browser and now all of my .html files are opening in elinks instead of firefox so how do I get .htm/.html and other web type files to open in firefox instead of elinks.
I also tried removing elinks from my system but then the files just open in gedit so again how do I associate .html (and other web files) with firefox.
BTW firefox is already set as my default browser in System > Prefs > Prefered Applications > Web Browser
I created a local user acount and tested FTP. This allows me to post files to this directory using filezilla. I then created a webftpaccount and set the home directory to /var/www/html. Here are the permission to this directory using ls -l drwxrwsr-x 6 webftpaccount webftpaccount 4096 Nov 23 10:32 htmlhere are the permission on the sub directories
drwxrwsr-x 2 webftpaccount ftp 4096 Nov 14 07:37 myfinanceguard drwxrwsr-x 2 webftpaccount root 4096 Nov 14 07:37 mylawguard drwxrwsr-x 2 webftpaccount root 4096 Nov 14 07:36 xpiinc
I can log into the webftpaccount using filezilla client and it lists all the directories.It will not allow me to write a file into the html directory or any of the sub directories.Can someone help me set appropriate permissions on these directories so that I can get this working? I need to get FTP working so I set up dreamwaever FTP tlich and maintain sites.
I'm having a weird problem while uploading a file using a standard html form in Firefox 3.6.8(No extensions, except for the preloaded ones : Ubuntu Firefox modifications 0.9Rc2, mouse gesture redox 3.0.2 ). Anytime I try to upload a file whether on my localhost or at a website that offers a form with an input file, it fails. I'm just using test files, like small images. I've reinstalled my firefox, because I got this problem since 9.10 and now that I've upgraded to Lucid Lynx, I still have this issue. That's why I decided to do a fresh re-install using the same package I've downloaded previously when I did the ugprade. However, I still have the same result, the file never uploads to the server.
This happens when I use a simple html form with enctype="multipart/form-data". Though, when I use any other browser, like chrome, chromium, opera they just work fine. At my localhost, this is my code in one page, if you want to take a look, but as I say even with other websites the problem is happening too. Btw, the temp folders have written permissions (777)
Here is the deal: my school purchased a test prep which they distributed to us, the only problem is that it is for windows. When I try to run the exe in wine the program windows pops up but the screen is blank (i can see the menu bar and and the title bar). It appears that most of the information is located in a folder as html files (separated into chapters for each section) with links to all the figures/tables/questions (also html files). This morning I have been trying to find a way to compile the html files into a format that I can read without having to hunt for each individual html file. I tried navigating with firefox but had to change each individual link before I could do that (very time consuming), I tried using doxygen (the GUI front end) to convert it to Latex/rtf/html/xml (all the formats) but did not have any success (It could be that I am using the app wrong). I tried opening some java applications found within the application data folder in hopes that it would bring up the navigator without success. And even tried installing java in wine (unsuccessfully) to see if that was the missing key to run the program in wine.
My question is, do I just have to fork out the $500+ that it would cost me to purchase the books instead of using the school provided program (free to us)? or is there a relatively simple way to compile these files into a format that could be readable.
tl;dr - have multiple html files for a windows native program that won't run on wine that I would like to convert to a more easily readable format (i.e. chm, pdf, etc), is it possible?the program was legally acquired through my school, I did not download or pirate it. I am not looking to distribute it, just looking to use it for my own studying purposes without spending $500+ or buying a windows license/computer.
I have mod_cgi working perfectly. However, it turns out there are features of mod_perl that I'm trying to use. I have followed all the documentation I can find on using Ubuntu's mod_perl install with Apache2. There seems to be some type of problems with the mod_perl's documentation, as it doesn't work as it's defined. However, I found a modification to make it work, but only is designated directories. If I tried to use in a directory with my other HTML files the regular HTML files will fail.
Using these steps (but using apt-get's install rather than compiling the tar ball). I did as follows:
placed this in the httpd.conf file (which was basically the same as "a2enmod perl".
I used wget -r to get all the web pages that were linked from index.html. The pages listed in index.html are all chapters. After using wget -r, all the chapters are now in the same folder on my local hard drive. Is there a way to build the chapters in their proper order into a "long"/"full" web page, rather than simply having each chapter as a link/next link on a previous page?