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Re: [webalizer] New Bie

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  • Greg Fenton
    Can you edit the webalizer.conf file? If so, set its OutputDir setting to /home/public_html/usage/ (or something similar). If you can t edit webalizer.conf,
    Message 1 of 7 , Nov 16, 2002
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      Can you edit the webalizer.conf file? If so, set its OutputDir
      setting to /home/public_html/usage/ (or something similar).

      If you can't edit webalizer.conf, then maybe you can create a link from
      /home/public_html/usage (or whatever) to where the usage files are
      being created?

      greg_fenton.

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    • Kannaiyan Natesan
      Hi Greg, Thanks for your suggestion. I created the link, but the browser says access is forbidden. But the rights were alright for the link and the directory.
      Message 2 of 7 , Nov 17, 2002
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        Hi Greg,

        Thanks for your suggestion.
        I created the link, but the browser says access is forbidden.
        But the rights were alright for the link and the directory.

        Any other way plz or I missed anything here.

        Kans



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        From: "Greg Fenton" <greg_fenton@...>
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        Subject: Re: [webalizer] New Bie


        Can you edit the webalizer.conf file? If so, set its OutputDir
        setting to /home/public_html/usage/ (or something similar).

        If you can't edit webalizer.conf, then maybe you can create a link from
        /home/public_html/usage (or whatever) to where the usage files are
        being created?

        greg_fenton.

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      • Greg Fenton
        You didn t say whether you have the ability to change the webalizer.conf file. That s probably the best solution. You are getting a Forbidden probably because
        Message 3 of 7 , Nov 17, 2002
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          You didn't say whether you have the ability to change the
          webalizer.conf file. That's probably the best solution.

          You are getting a Forbidden probably because the webserver is not
          configured to follow symlinks. You could create your own directory:
          public_html/usage/

          and make hard-links (not symlinks) for each of the usage files.
          The problem there is that whenver a new file is created by webalizer
          (e.g. start of a new month), you'll have to create new hard-links to
          those new files.

          Still, the best answer is to find out if you can edit the
          webalizer.conf
          file.

          greg_fenton.


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