I'm setting up AWStats in a non-standard location in a linux environment (not
usr/local/...) and have been getting 403 errors everytime I try to access the
page through my webserver. I'm using Apache2.2 and have set access to certain
test pki certificates that I have. I've checked my httpd.conf to make sure the
aliases are pointing to the right places and they are. I've already set up a
working version of AWStats on another linux environment using default
locations and everything works fine, including preventing non valid users from
accessing the page.
What settings and configurations should I be aware of when using a non-
standard location? Any help would be appreciated.
I don't think that your problem is related to AWStats. Try to upload a "hello
world" type of script in the same directory and check if you get the same
Jean-Luc, InternetOfficer (AWStats
Well it turns out it was a link issue.
I had paths set up like this: awstats/latest/...
"latest" is a link to whatever the latest version of awstats is (eg
awstats-7.0). Made that change and it worked.
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