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    So I have apache on my iTouch. Weeks back, I had the documentroot as /var/root/Media/WebServer/Documents. But, it stopped working, when I went to the iTouch's address, I got a 403 forbidden error. I have checked permissions. What could be wrong?

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    Are you going to http://127.0.0.1? http://localhost won't work. Have you upgraded to 1.1.3?

    Also, Apache places the webroot folder in /Lribary/Webserver/Documents. Did you use a symlink to relocate it?
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    I am using 127.0.0.1, or 10.0.1.2, it's local IP. Connecting to the server is not a problem.

    I changed the web root by editing httpd.conf.

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    Upon further experimentation, I have determined that I CAN'T access access, /etc/, /tmp/, /private/, /var/, or anything within those folders, via apache. So that is the problem, how can I fix it?
    Last edited by Moptop650; 02-17-2008 at 02:15 PM.

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