Main bits in bold : )
I'm setting up a Fedora 10 home file server. As part of this I've set up an SSL-enabled website on apache so that I can access a selection of my files from work - I know I could just use SSH - but its easier for the rest of the family to be able to use a simple web-interface.
Anyways I've got this in my httpd.conf...
Alias /data "/media/"
Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
Allow from all
...within media there is a directory called "data".
If I navigate to https://[mysite]/data without anything mounted I get a directory view showing a link for the 'data' directory
(i.e. pointing to /media/data in real-terms).
The problem occurs when I mount my FAT partition into place
(in fstab I'm using)
/dev/sda5 /media/data vfat rw,users 1 2
Although I've also tried
/dev/sda5 /media/data vfat defaults 0 0
As soon as the partition is mounted I can no longer see 'data' in the directory view (its as if it disappears as far as Apache is concerned) and I can't access any folders/files within the mounted partition, even though via SSH everything is fine and readable/writeable.
Thanks in advance!