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Implementing an Apple Push Notification Server

Hello everyone, I am trying to implement an Apple Push Notification Server following this tutorial: http://www.raywenderlich.com/32963/apple-push-notification-services-in-ios-6-tutorial-part-2

However the tutorial is implemented in a local machine using MAMP, I want to implement it under LAMP. In the tutorial it says “You should put these files in a directory on the server that is not accessible from the web, in other words outside of your DocumentRoot” where should I put this files?

someplace like /etc/PushChat ? or /home/user/PushChat ?

For some reason when I go to http://107.170.112.238:44447 I receive the fllowing error:

“Forbidden You don’t have permission to access / on this server. Apache/2.4.7 (Ubuntu) Server at 107.170.112.238 Port 44447”

How can I make my files accessible?

Thanks again.


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For the files that shouldn’t be accessible from the web, /home/user/PushChat should be fine. <br> <br>As for the issue accessing the the site, it is most likely a permissions issue. The www-data user runs the Apache and must have access to the files. What did you point DocumentRoot at? You should probably use “/var/www/html/” as Apache already has the right permissions there.