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[Tue Nov 10 13:39:09 2009] [error] [client 22.214.171.124] Directory index forbidden by Options directive: /websites/mtgames.org/public_html/
So it appears that the .shtml file is not being caught as an index file, even though I told it to.
That brings up a question, when I modify a virtual host file, it should be just fine to /etc/init.d/apache2 reload instead of restart, right?
Yes, I did a2ensite <site-file>, but I never did a2dissite <site-file> before I editted it, maybe that's a problem.
In any case, it's been a2ensite-ed for the last about 2 or 3 days, and I just modified the file today.
After I modify the file, I do /etc/init.d/apache2 reload to have it read the new config. Maybe I am supposed to do a2dissite before?
Now I just had the brilliant idea to go directly to my index page, like this: http://www.mtgames.org/index.shtml
It displays correctly, even parsing the ssi include!
That must mean that something is wrong with the catch for the index, seeing as it does not catch the .shtml file, but when I go to the index.shtml directly it allows me to view it, even putting in the ssi.