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RE: [ApacheGallery] Apachegallery on Debian



*sigh* 
Just as I thought I had everything working...

Now I am getting a rather bizare error: 
On some of the subfolders I get a No files found error/ message in A::G.
As far as I can see, when checking directly on my debian-box, the
settings suchs as rights, filenames etc, are exactly alike on the
folders where A::G wants to show the pictures and on the folders where
it doesn?t want to show the pictures...A::G also creates the tmp folder
for the subfolders, but it just doesn?t seem to be able to find pictures
or files in some of the subfolders.
No errors can be seen in /var/log/apache/error.log.
If I try to access one of the pictures (that I know exists on that
location) directly via the URL I get this error:
"Forbidden
You don't have permission to access
/alle/arrangementer/hjemme_hos_toc/EPSN0035.JPG on this server."
But the permissions on this picture is no different from the ones I can
access?!?!

Any thoughts? 

-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Søren
Bjørn-Andersen
Sent: 3. juli 2004 23:19
To: 'Thomas L. Kjeldsen'; [email protected]
Subject: RE: [ApacheGallery] Apachegallery on Debian


Bingo! U where spot-on. I moved the alias up before the other alias, and
it worked! 

Thanx for all the advice.

/soren

-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Thomas L. Kjeldsen
Sent: 3. juli 2004 20:33
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [ApacheGallery] Apachegallery on Debian


Hi Søren,

Søren Bjørn-Andersen wrote:
> Only thing that isnt working, is the icons for gallery.
> Icons are placed here:
> :~# ls -all /usr/share/libapache-gallery-perl/icons

[snip]

> My httpd.conf looks like this:
> 
> Alias /icons/gallery /usr/share/libapache-gallery-perl/icons

[snip]
 
> And the error in my apache-log is:
> [error] [client 10.0.0.2] File does not exist:
> /usr/share/apache/icons/gallery/agfolder.png
> 
> So I figure my Alias variable isnt working correctly in httpd.conf,
> but why?

I'd bet that in httpd.conf somewhere before the /icons/gallery alias you
can find something like this:

	Alias /icons/ /usr/share/apache/icons/


It seems that Apache use a first-match approach when handling its
Alias'es. So, if you move the /icons/gallery alias before the general
/icons alias I think it will work.

You could also just do what Michael suggests in the INSTALL file:
"Create a directory called gallery in your Apache icons directory and
copy the png files in htdocs to this directory." -- that is, make use of
the existing /icons alias instead of adding a /icons/gallery alias
yourself. Do something like this:

	mkdir /usr/share/apache/icons/gallery
	cp Apache-Gallery-0.8/htdocs/*.png
/usr/share/apache/icons/gallery

This is how I would do it. :-)


cheers,
	Thomas
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