Originally Posted by Thor_2.0
I'd start by looking in the error logs. A 403 means "forbidden", that means that either the folder/file is not world readable, in that case try
Of course, 777 is dangerous, you may need to tweak that down a bit by recalculating
what you need...
Also, is Aopache allowed to read the folder? What file are you trying to download? Is that file even allowed to be downloaded? Check the .htaccess file too. Is it an FTP action or is the file part of the HTTP process? Maybe you'll need to install/config an FTP server too...
555 should be all thats needed for web. You normally never want write, and read and execute are standard here. Apache is allowed, hense the it can list the directory, just not access the file.
Shouldnt need FTP for http access, totally different protocals. Lookup Wget
No htaccess file but itlb I think got close as well, its not SELinux, its iptables
Lets go poke at it...