Ubuntu Installation Forbidden from Apache2

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    yotool
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    The target OS is Linux Mint 19.

    I believe that I have followed the Linux installation instructions correctly.

    Everything seems to be up and working, including the local apache web server, however when I go to

    http://localhost/scada

    I receive the following error:

    Forbidden
    You don’t have permission to access /scada/ on this server.
    Apache/2.4.29 (Ubuntu) Server at localhost Port 80.

    Also the web site referenced in the install_with_apache.txt file does not resolve:
    http://go-mono.com/config-mod-mono/Default.aspx

    Thanksfor your help Mikhail…

    #4801
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    yotool
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    Sorry to have bother you my friend; maybe someone else may find this useful however…

    I figured it out.

    It was the OS-level file/directory permissions of the “/var/www/html/scada/” directory and its sub-contents.

    The original “ownership” was set by Ubuntu as “me” (my user id used to install the software), and the originally installed user/group permissions did not include “Read” for others.

    I just whacked it using:
    sudo chmod -R 755 * on “/var/www/html/scada/”.

    #4803
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    Thanks for the solution ))

    Also the web site referenced in the install_with_apache.txt file does not resolve

    That’s true. That’s why there is a ready file scada.conf in the distributive package.

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