- I have added this to the httpd.conf and still no luck:
Allow from all
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Enric Naval <enventa2000@...>
> This is not a webalizer error. You should ask this in the support
> forums for your web server software.
> --- tloomis323 <tloomis323@...> wrote:
> > I keep getting a Forbidden error when i try to load n web
> > When I check the output dir everything is showning up correctlyand I
> > have the right permissions on the folders/files am I missing
> > something
> > else?
> Enric Naval
> Estudiante de Informática de Gestión en la Udl (Lleida)
> GRIHO webalizer.conf
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> I keep getting a Forbidden error when i try to load n web browser.As Enric has already stated, that's a problem with your web server, not
the webalizer. If you get a forbidden error, then either the web server
does not have permissions to get to and display the stats directory, the
web server is configured to prevent access to that directory, or you have
some type of access restriction in place to prevent display. Keep in mind
that the web server generally runs as a different user than what you log
in as, and must have permissions to enter and read the files/directories
along the whole path (directory tree) to the directory, not just the
> When I check the output dir everything is showning up correctly and IYup, as otherwise you wouldn't be having the problem :)
> have the right permissions on the folders/files am I missing something
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