[Amportal-users] Cannot Access Log Files from FreePBX GUI

I have successfully installed asterisk and Freepbx via the documentation but i am having problems accessing the Asterisk Log Files from the GUI. When I click on Tools and then Asterisk Logfiles and then select Asterisk Full debug log (last 2000 lines) i get a new window pop up with the following error :-

Forbidden
You don’t have permission to access /admin/modules/logfiles/asterisk-full-log.php on this server.


Apache/2.0.55 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.1.2 Server at 192.168.32.101 Port 80

How can i rectify this problem.

Thanks in advance


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[quote]Which is not Debian / Gentoo / FC or any other Version of linux
[/quote]
and that is your opinion. as one which is running freepbx on debian, i can
tell you that it runs the same as on trixbox - even better, as i fully
control the software around asterisk.

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I do not run TrixBox…

Nor do any of my customers…
if they did they before I took them over, they do not after I take them over.

We have our own ISO / tar and we install from scatch most times…
No said you could not install it on debian…
I started on debian way back when, but ease of deployment and support out of the box we use centos.

my main box is poundkey at this time…but that is me…
poundkey is not for the average user


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‘‘This is the lamest thing one can say. Aterisk works on Debian, and some of our customers run it on Gentoo. We saw it running on bfin as well.’’

No one asked what the best version of linux to run “asterisk” under is (That is PoundKey)

We are talking about Asterisk PLUS Freepbx…

The term THE OS here means the best most stable and supported OS
for Asterisk / freepbx

Which is not Debian / Gentoo / FC or any other Version of linux


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On Friday 15 December 2006 12:03, bubba wrote:

[quote]Yes Centos is THE OS for ASTERISK and os for FREEPBX as well

Check the permissons on the on the folder HTTP is to be running as asterisk
[/quote]
Bubba,

This is the lamest thing one can say. Aterisk works on Debian, and some of our
customers run it on Gentoo. We saw it running on bfin as well.

I definetly don’t understand the term “THE OS”. It might be my poor English.

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Yes Centos is THE OS for ASTERISK and os for FREEPBX as well

Check the permissons on the on the folder HTTP is to be running as asterisk


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Why Centos?? is it the preferred OS for Freepbx.

Im using Freepbx2.2… The latest release checked out using svn about a week ago.

Ive checked the location and there is no .htaccess file in the above mentioned location.


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I have successfully installed asterisk and Freepbx via the documentation but i am having problems accessing the Asterisk Log Files from the GUI. When I click on Tools and then Asterisk Logfiles and then select Asterisk Full debug log (last 2000 lines) i get a new window pop up with the following error :-

Forbidden
You don’t have permission to access /admin/modules/logfiles/asterisk-full-log.php on this server.


Apache/2.0.55 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.1.2 Server at 192.168.32.101 Port 80

How can i rectify this problem.

Thanks in advance


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install on support OS…
or go kill the htaccess file


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Where is the htaccess file??


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OK
What version of freepbx are you running
This box is behind a firewall right???

If you have the file it is here
/var/www/html/admin/modules

But I would think you just need to find out what the issue is with your install

Why are you not using Centos???


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[quote]Which is not Debian / Gentoo / FC or any other Version of linux
[/quote]
and that is your opinion. as one which is running freepbx on debian, i can
tell you that it runs the same as on trixbox - even better, as i fully
control the software around asterisk.

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I do not run TrixBox…

Nor do any of my customers…
if they did they before I took them over, they do not after I take them over.

We have our own ISO / tar and we install from scatch most times…
No said you could not install it on debian…
I started on debian way back when, but ease of deployment and support out of the box we use centos.

my main box is poundkey at this time…but that is me…
poundkey is not for the average user


Bubba
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‘‘This is the lamest thing one can say. Aterisk works on Debian, and some of our customers run it on Gentoo. We saw it running on bfin as well.’’

No one asked what the best version of linux to run “asterisk” under is (That is PoundKey)

We are talking about Asterisk PLUS Freepbx…

The term THE OS here means the best most stable and supported OS
for Asterisk / freepbx

Which is not Debian / Gentoo / FC or any other Version of linux


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On Friday 15 December 2006 12:03, bubba wrote:

[quote]Yes Centos is THE OS for ASTERISK and os for FREEPBX as well

Check the permissons on the on the folder HTTP is to be running as asterisk
[/quote]
Bubba,

This is the lamest thing one can say. Aterisk works on Debian, and some of our
customers run it on Gentoo. We saw it running on bfin as well.

I definetly don’t understand the term “THE OS”. It might be my poor English.

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Why Centos?? is it the preferred OS for Freepbx.

Im using Freepbx2.2… The latest release checked out using svn about a week ago.

Ive checked the location and there is no .htaccess file in the above mentioned location.


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Yes Centos is THE OS for ASTERISK and os for FREEPBX as well

Check the permissons on the on the folder HTTP is to be running as asterisk


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I have successfully installed asterisk and Freepbx via the documentation but i am having problems accessing the Asterisk Log Files from the GUI. When I click on Tools and then Asterisk Logfiles and then select Asterisk Full debug log (last 2000 lines) i get a new window pop up with the following error :-

Forbidden
You don’t have permission to access /admin/modules/logfiles/asterisk-full-log.php on this server.


Apache/2.0.55 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.1.2 Server at 192.168.32.101 Port 80

How can i rectify this problem.

Thanks in advance


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install on support OS…
or go kill the htaccess file


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Where is the htaccess file??


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