Finished Installing on CentOS 7 But Website Not Showing

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I've been following the instructions here:

https://www.vultr.com/docs/how-to-install-concrete5-on-centos-7...

When I browse to the server in a web browser I just get a message saying:

Forbidden
You don't have permission to access / on this server.

I think the issue is with the where the instructions have moved the extracted concrete5 files to and where Apache is looking for them but I dont know much about Linux/CentOS to be able to fault-find so need some help please! :)


To be honest I'm very disappointed with Concrete5 as it's only really supported on a webhosts servers and not Linux as there are no proper working instructions on how to do it which is ironic as most web servers are Linux based!

So unless I pay someone a load of money to host a website I can use this Open Source software :(

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jero
That error usually means that either the document root folder specified for the web server does not exist, or the folder is inaccessible to the web server user because the file permissions or ownership are wrong.

Make sure that the folder in which you installed concrete5 is "rwx-r-x-r-x" or "chmod 755" and see what that does.