I'm getting a large number of messages like this under CentOS-7.
Is that normal?
Or do I need to take some action (maybe reducing verbosity level)?
Jul 16 17:43:01 localhost-002 systemd: Starting Session 54 of user tim.
Jul 16 17:43:01 localhost-002 systemd: Started Session 54 of user tim.
Jul 16 17:45:01 localhost-002 systemd: Starting Session 55 of user tim.
I do have Ubuntu desktop 10.04 which all my php web application folder resides at the var/www,copying all files to ubuntu desktop 11.10 var/www folder and run it at the browser with url: "http://localhost/somewebapplication" it gives me (403 Forbidden).
I'm running CentOS as a Virtual Machine.
I can access the VM's server (IP = 192.168.0.107, which displays a phpinfo() page as it should), but now I would like to acces a custom domain name: "imd.be" and reach that same phpinfo() page. This has worked before but not anymore (on other router).
I have apache 2.2 with phpmyadmin installed. The installation was successful, after a while I always end up getting 403 forbidden when accessing subdirectories of localhost including phpmyadmin (tried reinstalling everything, turns out good, and eventually got the error again)