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Videocache install changed permissions for Apache?

by cdzombak on 28 Dec 2008

I recently installed Videocache on Fedora 10 via RPM. In addition to the problem I'm having in my other forum thread, I think the installation messed up something related to my Apache permissions.

I have MRTG running to graph traffic on my router, and its output goes to /var/www/html/mrtg. Before, I could access this normally, but now if I go to http://--IP--/mrtg/ I get a 403 Access Denied error.

Can anyone help with this? I also want to run SARG and put its output in /var/www/html/sarg/, but if I can't access that it's not of much use...

1 Answers

by Kulbir Saini on 28 Dec 2008


Videocache does nothing that can really mess up your Apache configurations. It just places an additional file videocache.conf in /etc/httpd/conf.d/ directory. Thats it. Please look for errors in /var/log/httpd/error.log file. Let me know if I can help with something.

Thank you for using videocache :)