Apache2 does not display files inside directory


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Apache2 does not display files inside directory

Hello,
I have been running Ubuntu14.04 + apache2.
000-default.conf:
Code:
<VirtualHost *:80>
        ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost
        DocumentRoot /var/www/html
        ErrorLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/error.log
        CustomLog ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/access.log combined
        <Directory "/~boris/A">
        AuthType Basic
        AuthName "Authentication Required"
            AuthUserFile "/etc/apache2/.webroot"
            Require valid-user
          </Directory>

        <Directory "/~boris/B">
        AuthType Basic
        AuthName "Authentication Required"
            AuthUserFile "/etc/apache2/.webroot"
            Require valid-user
          </Directory>

</VirtualHost>

In Chrome, when I paste the url, it shows all files inside directory A.
urlA:
Code:
http://public_ip/~boris/A

It shows all files inside directory A.

urlB:
Code:
http://public_ip/~boris/B

url of directory B downloads html file.

Is there a limitation that would causing the issue or am I wrong with this conf file.
Or should I make it like:
Code:
        <Directory1 "/~boris/A">
        <Directory2 "/~boris/B">

Thank you
Boris
# 2  
Please reply with the results of ls -la in both directories.

It makes a difference (what files are in the directories), especially the presence or lack of an index.html or index.php file, etc.
# 3  
Hello Neo,
Both A & B directories have _index.html
As I need to display all files via Chrome, I moved index.html to _index.html earlier.

Thank you
Boris
# 4  
Is there an index.php file?

Because it is hard to guess since we cannot see into the directory (because you will not post that information)

So, we will play a guessing game ... I guess Smilie

You post minimal configuration info, and we guess what might be wrong Smilie

(You do realize I have done this for many years and am very busy, so if I ask for a directory listing, I'm not joking and expect to see what I ask for .... there is no problem we cannot solve if we have the correct and full information we ask for ... )
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Hello Neo,
As there were 20.000 files inside each directory I have not shared the full list.
Now, I have found the problem.
When I need to list html files, I was typing like ls *.html which was giving the result _index.html
I see now that there is a file named index.html.ts which is causing the issue.

Thank you
Boris
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Originally Posted by baris35
Hello Neo,
As there were 20.000 files inside each directory I have not shared the full list.
Now, I have found the problem.
When I need to list html files, I was typing like ls *.html which was giving the result _index.html
I see now that there is a file named index.html.ts which is causing the issue.

Thank you
Boris
There ya go.....

You could have also posted:

Code:
ls -la *index*

.... since there are (way too many) 20K files in a directory (to post them all).

Well, glad you understood what I was trying to show you and you sorted it all out.

Cheers and have a great day!
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