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> samba directory listing doesn't appear over apache
post Feb 12 2009, 10:57 PM
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I have two servers. One runs a web server and the other is my mp3 jukebox. I have samba successfully running on both ad apache2 is running fine on the web server.
Here's my apache config for this document root.

Alias /music /var/www/tjukebox

<Directory /var/www/tjukebox>
Options FollowSymLinks
AllowOverride Limit Options FileInfo

I mount the jukebox media directory to /mnt on the webserver and I have a symbolic link from /var/www/tjukebox/music to /mnt. Now if I know the path and filename of any audio file on the jukebox I can type it into the web server and it downloads successfully. However, I can't browse to it as I'm always given 403 forbidden errors when it tries to display the directory contents.

Any ideas on where I need to make a change to stop the 403 errors and view the directory indexes?

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