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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
Subject:   Cannot access username via the http://127.0.0.1/~username/
Date:   2002-01-30 07:16:27
From:   agoraphone
Response to: Cannot access username via the http://127.0.0.1/~username/

I have the same problem. I get the default apache "this is working" page, but adding /~username/ to the end gives an error 404.


The sites directory is there, with an index.html file in it. It hasn't been touched. The only thing I have touched with the whole configuration was copying httpdconf.bak over httpd.conf, since the server wouldn't start at all before I did that.


Like busboy, I'm typing the username correctly. Any clues?

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  • Morbus Iff photo Cannot access username via the http://127.0.0.1/~username/
    2002-01-31 14:30:46  Morbus Iff | O'Reilly Author [View]

    Unfortunately, I don't have any clues. You could send your httpd.conf to me at morbus@disobey.com, and I could take a look in there.

    I have gotten spurious reports here and there of an httpd.conf file that only contains a few scant lines. A "normal" Apple supplied httpd.conf file should have hundreds and hundreds of lines. How big is yours?
    • Cannot access username via the http://127.0.0.1/~username/
      2002-11-09 06:25:24  hanssolmssen [View]

      I have developed a similar problem. I get a 403 error in my http://127.0.0.1~username/ , but I can see the http://127.0.0.1/ site. I notice In Netinfo Manager the title of the window is local@127.0.0.1-/ (that has changed) and selecting machines then localhost or broadcasthost, the 3 items in the lower window ip_address, name and serves are grayed out. I can not select them. I did play with this after winstonford offered a way to see a site inside a airport network.
      • Cannot access username via the http://127.0.0.1/~username/
        2002-11-09 20:40:20  hanssolmssen [View]

        Sorry. Authenticate in Netinfo Manager solves my grayed out "problem"...