Niall O Broin wrote:
> I have two Wordpress sites I manage on the same server, both running
> 2.6.1, let's call them wp1.com and wp2.com.
>> If I go to wp1.com/wp-admin e.g. when I automatically get redirected
> there after login I get told
>> You don't have permission to access /wp-admin/ on this server
>> It's not a tragedy, as I can simply append index.php, and off I go.
>> However, this works as I'd expect on wp2.com/wp-admin - I get straight
> to the WP admin panel.
>> index.php is in mod_dir's dir.conf file. I even added
>> DirectoryIndex index.php to a <Directory> directive, but still no
> joy. The error log shows
>>> Directory index forbidden by Options directive
>>> but I'm buggered if I can see where.
>> I have yet another WP site on that server which also works correctly,
> even though (for some reason which eludes me) it actually has an
>> Options -Indexes
>>> Any suggestions?
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