I created certificate and it appears to be working but I am always getting a cert error about a mismatched address. I have checked my settings and the certificate and host names match. It doesn't make sense. I have looked online at different forums and support sites but nothing has worked. The only thing I can think to do is to get a new cert. This cert is for an internal site only...
I got my all accounts backup from the reseller panel I had earlier and then restored them on dedicated server using multiple account restore feature of WHM. but the problem is , when I try to open those transfered websites , they show :
Forbidden You don't have permission to access /forums on this server.
I recently uploaded files to my hosting company and when I try to access site through browser I recieve 403 Forbidden error you dont have permission to access / on this server. They say it or the problem lies in the index.html file in which I know very little about. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Heres is the source code HOSTED @ GODADDY APACHE LINUX .....
recently I have an weird problem and I don't know what might be, I just suspect that this error appeared after we have enabled Keep Alive on apache
I have the same error with randomly Forbidden error. The most time I see it is on 2 websites that are build with Gallery 2 and very rarely on other website, on my end never happent on other websites but some people told me it did.
Bellow is a small part of cPanel's "Last 300 visits" it shows every request so you can see first request was a direct link , I have wrote the galery name .. and the others are aither requests to images either other files ....
We have many intranet document what linked on our intranet site. We use "apache builed in" directory listing to handle documents on browser, and make accessable to users. Because this not so user friendly we try to use a template (h5ai-[URL] ....) for mod_autoindex.
Unfortunatelly if file or folder name contains special characters (like é,á,ű,ő,ú,ü,ö,ó) than get Access Forbidden - Error 403. If change the folder name, than its ok.
<email@example.com>: xx.xx.xx.xx does not like recipient. Remote host said: 554 <unknown[xxx.xx.xx.xx.xxx]>: Client host rejected: rDNS/DNS validation failed. Please setup matching DNS and rDNS records: Giving up on xx.xxx.xx.xx.
I've been developing websites using Apache on various Ubuntu laptops over the years. I just set up a new laptop with Apache and it worked fine. If I went to localhost in my browser then it showed the default page. So far, so good.
I then added a file to sites-available to add wildcard virtual hosts. This lets me use convenient urls while developing sites on my laptop. Once I enabled this site, every url that resolved to localhost became 403 Forbidden, including urls that should return 404. Here is an example entry from other_vhosts_access.log...
So I have a script running on my apache that catalogs pictures and clips. All the actual video files are located on a separate drive which is mounted in to a folder in my site. I've set apache as the owner and have the correct permissions on the mounted folder but I'm getting Forbidden errors accessing files even when on html file in the mounted folder.
I know it's a permissions issue at the disk or mounting level. The way I mount is by using this command: