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Client Denied by server Config : /home/www/site1/html
Client Denied by server Config : /home/www/site1/html/favico.ico
Im searching around my .conf file to see if there is something i need to enable. No i do not believe im running a chrooted environment. So far its the basic install with apache2 nothing else modified but the httpd.conf and user/and directories of sites
For permission bits -- You need at least 4 on files and 1 on directories (and the directories leading to that directory).
The user/group can be anything you want, but I normally do owner to the user's login name, and then group to the group apache runs as (normally www). That way you can just do a 750 recursively at the top level home directory.
Also, at the risk of pointing out the obvious -- If you don't have +Indexes in your config someplace for the vhosts (or serverwide) you'll need an index.html or you'll get 403'd.