LAMP Stack: Rights Management Issues
I expanded the storage of my omega with this instruction https://wiki.onion.io/Tutorials/Using-USB-Storage-as-Rootfs (pivot-overlay)
Then I tried to setup a LAMP Stack.
After installing and configuring Apache successfully (with help of this instruction: https://wiki.onion.io/Tutorials/How-To-Install-LAMP-Stack-on-the-Omega ) I noticed that I could not access the files I created in the htdocs folder with my browser. It always droped a 403 Forbidden error.
I was able to solve this by changing the access rights of those files via chmod to 0777.
Than I continued setting up my LAMP Stack with the php component. Unfortunately after doing this, I am not able to open php files with my browser. It always says
**Forbidden You don't have permission to access /php/php-cgi/[filename].php on this server.
It is interesting that it does not show the correct path (which would be /htdocs/[filename].php or just [filename].php) but the /php/php-cgi/ directory. Changing the access rights of the php files like before does not help anymore.
Does anyone have an idea how to solve this?
I've no idea how and why - but after reinstalling the apache package again twice now it works...
@Peter-Harrald Hi Peter, sorry for the late response. I was still trying to duplicate the problem and then you mentioned it was fixed. My best guess is that one of the apache configuration files wasn't setup properly. Re-installing the package is like the software version of "turning it off and on again", lol.