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With DocumentRoot /srv/obs/repos, I get an Error 403: "Symbolic link not... #54

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chkpnt commented Jul 11, 2012

... allowed or link target not accessible: /srv/obs"

With DocumentRoot /srv/obs/repos, I get an Error 403: "Symbolic link …
…not allowed or link target not accessible: /srv/obs"
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We allow symlinks here in apache config template meanwhile.

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adrianschroeter commented Sep 26, 2012

We allow symlinks here in apache config template meanwhile.

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A 403 is file not found HTTP error, I had the same thing with loading opensuse 12.2. Given the lack of infromation SUSE provided. you have to see what SUSE is looking for from the HTTP server in my case APACHE, so I turned on logging and saw; "GET /distribution/12.2/repo/oss/boot/x86_64/branding HTTP/1.1" 403 1025 "-" "-" when tryingto load /distribution/12.2/repo/oss... So SUSE's repo us CHOCK FULL of sym lnks (D'oh) and I enabled apache to permit them. If you loaded apache via SUSE (RPM Redhat Package Manager) file edit /etc/apache1/default-server.conf and added:

<Directory /YOUR_REPO >
options FollowSymLinks
...

And then /etc/init.d/apache restart

and you'll be cookin..

michael-scott-howard commented Nov 13, 2012

A 403 is file not found HTTP error, I had the same thing with loading opensuse 12.2. Given the lack of infromation SUSE provided. you have to see what SUSE is looking for from the HTTP server in my case APACHE, so I turned on logging and saw; "GET /distribution/12.2/repo/oss/boot/x86_64/branding HTTP/1.1" 403 1025 "-" "-" when tryingto load /distribution/12.2/repo/oss... So SUSE's repo us CHOCK FULL of sym lnks (D'oh) and I enabled apache to permit them. If you loaded apache via SUSE (RPM Redhat Package Manager) file edit /etc/apache1/default-server.conf and added:

<Directory /YOUR_REPO >
options FollowSymLinks
...

And then /etc/init.d/apache restart

and you'll be cookin..

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