403 Error when using passenger for rails deployment
I have been using passenger for local Rails deployment for about 6 months now. I love the flexibility of not having to run Rails server, which enables me to work with sub domains and all kinds of other good stuff.
Here’s a link to his post.
The most amazing thing about it is that you get constant backup with each save, and yeah, don’t get smart on me, I use GIT of course.
Now, since I did that, I kept getting all kind of strange 403 errors from passenger telling me that I can’t pull the favicon.ico file and all sorts of nasty voodoo bugs like that.
I went into the access logs an figured out the problem. The problem was that Dropbox was not properly configured with all the permissions that Apache (passenger) needs.
So, I added these lines of code which solved my problem.
Allow from all
The file (for me) sits in:
After you do that, don’t forget to restart Apache for it to pick up the changes in the file.
sudo apachectl -k restart
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