Might be a re-post
>>Just discovered that my browser returned this error message in my Apache
>>[Thu Jan 13 21:12:30 2005] [error] [client xxx.zzz.nnn.yyy]
>>(13)Permission denied: access to /eventum/index.php4 failed because
>>search permissions are missing on a component of the path
>>and I don't have a clue what this component could be!!!!
>What are the permissions on the 'eventum' directory itself? What does
>an 'ls -ld' on that directory show?
>What about the one right above the 'eventum' directory?
>My guess is that the webserver does not have the correct permissions on
>the 'eventum' directory or its parent directory.
I mailed a reply, but it did not show up in my mail from the list, so ????
Here was the content
> That's OK Chris, that is more of a problem of the list in not
> stripping server details from addresses
> Anyway you were correct in that aspect of the problem. I had zuntarred
> the tarball and everything was set at 700, I unfortunately focused my
> attention on the internal files. Mia culpa!
> But now there is another issue I have set everything to 755 with a
> recursive chmod, the browser opens the directory and just lists the
> contents ( I do have that feature set in the server during
> development), i.e. it does not run the setup. Any ideas?
The problem is with the tar file obtained, everything - files &
directories had 700 permissions. I can probably set everything to 777
but that might be setting myself up if the program does not cleanup
properly. Now with http://my.domain.com/eventum it apparently reads the
index.php file goes on to the setup directory and displays its content
as in a directory listing. I have now set everything to 755 and the
setup directory to 777.
And I do have GD enabled PHP
-- Joe --