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I can find lots of help on how to force HTTPS with Apache, but I have a problem with the opposite - I want to stop it from forcing HTTPS.
I'm running Webmin/ Virtualmin on CentOS5. Some of my virtual hosts are accessible via http, some of them aren't. If I try them with https, however, they work fine. I can't see anything obvious in the httpd.conf file, so I'm just wondering how I can start to troubleshoot this problem? I tried deleting one of the virtual hosts via Virtualmin and implementing the account from scratch, but it makes no difference.
OK, so the error log is saying there's no index file and won't give you a listing. What are you expecting to happen when you do what? the errors I get hitting the main server name fit inline with the errors on the back end, obviously I've no idea what files actually do or don't exist though.
As for the redirections (and I'm not clear what the main issue is here TBH) then you have those redirects in place doing a redirect.... If you want them to work without https then you'd normally just have a suitable name based virtual host definition seperately from that one
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 03-24-2011 at 06:22 PM.
Okay, for example, if I hit /phpmyadmin, it gives me the "You don't have permission to access /phpmyadmin on this server." error.
If I just try a random, non-existent directory, like /xyz, I get the "The requested URL /xyz was not found on this server." error.
So I've just made an HTML file in the root, which I can now access. The problem that I thought was with Apache might be with PHPMyAdmin, which is what I was originally trying to access. I suspect there's something in the settings of PHPMyAdmin that I need to look at.