Does anyone have any suggestions for this problem? Using an LDAP Browser I
can clearly see that the Home Directory attribute for the user is properly
set. I have a followed the instructions laid out in TID #10090225 and have
yet to get this to work. Here is the log with debug turned on:

[Mon Aug 01 09:34:34 2005] [notice] LDAP: Built with Novell LDAP SDK
[Mon Aug 01 09:34:34 2005] [notice] LDAP: SSL support available
[Mon Aug 01 09:34:34 2005] [debug] util_ldap.c(1432): INIT global mutex
sys:/tmp/T-000092.TMP in child 1
[Mon Aug 01 09:34:34 2005] [notice] Apache/2.0.52 (NETWARE) mod_jk/1.2.6a
configured -- resuming normal operations
[Mon Aug 01 09:34:34 2005] [info] Server built: Nov 3 2004 12:18:24
[Mon Aug 01 09:34:56 2005] [debug] rdirutils.c(534): Checking mod_eDir cache
for purgible entries
[Mon Aug 01 09:34:56 2005] [debug] rdirutils.c(455): [client 10.64.110.60]
Checking cache for entry web
[Mon Aug 01 09:34:56 2005] [warn] [client 10.64.110.60] could not find home
directory for user web
[Mon Aug 01 09:34:56 2005] [error] [client 10.64.110.60] File does not
exist: SYS:/Apache2/htdocs/~web

I have turned on DSTRACE +LDAP and nothing is being written to file or
screen. I'm pretty new at this and am not sure where to go from here. Any
suggestions are appreciated.

Thanks,
James

"James Denton" <james.denton@gonzales.txed.net> wrote in message
news:MxwAe.2557$Hc7.450@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
>I am trying to setup Apache2 in Netware 6.5 for use with public_html
>directories. I have followed TID #10090225 to the letter and still have no
>success. When I try to access http://elem1.gonzales.txed.net/~web/ (where
>web is a user I created specifically for this) I get the following in IE:
>
> Object not found! The requested URL was not found on the server.... blah
> blah blah (Error 404)
>
> I have checked the error_log and see the following:
>
> [Mon Jul 11 10:42:00 2005] [warn] [client 10.64.110.60] could not find
> home directory for user web
> [Mon Jul 11 10:42:00 2005] [error] [client 10.64.110.60] File does not
> exist: SYS:/Apache2/htdocs/~web
>
> The user's home directory does exist and is setup correctly in their
> environment tab in ConsoleOne.
>
> Any help or ideas on how to get this working would be much appreciated. We
> would like out teachers to have easy access to the web sites. Much thanks
> in advance!
>
> James Denton
> Gonzales ISD
>