loganalyzer on suse entrprise

I m configuring a log analyzer for central log server on suse enterprise linux 11.2.I configure the apache with php i tested the test page.then accordingly i copied the loganalyzer file from src directory to the /srv/www/htdocs
 and give all the proper permissions but when i open my browser i found the error  

You don't have permission to access the requested directory. There is either no index document or the directory is read-protected.

i m usinf the followinf link

http://loganalyzer.adiscon.com/doc/install.html
kastro AbbasiIT consultantAsked:
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arnoldCommented:
run ls -Z to see whether you have SElinux enforcing restrictions.

ls -l for the files in question.
they have to have group/world readable (755 -rw-rw-rw)
the folder/directory they are needs to have at least (711 drwx---x--x no directory browsing/listing alllowed even if enabled in the httpd.conf or 755 drwxr-xr-x with directory browsing enabled in httpd.conf)

permissions on

An error is not descriptive enough.
Which error code are you getting 401, 403 405, 5xx?
kastro AbbasiIT consultantAuthor Commented:
i am getting an error code 403 and for permission i have checked by giving full permission.
i also created an index.php  ,index.tml for testing and put this file /srv/www/htdocs and i get the test page but the loganalyzer files are not working
arnoldCommented:
what are the permissions on the directory
ls -l /srv/| grep www
ls -l /srv/www | grep htdocs
ls -l /srv/www/htdocs | grep "one of the files"
you need to have
the last three of the permissions as r for a file and r-x for a directory.
403 means the user with whose credential apache/httpd runs (apache/nobody or nobody/nobody) does not have rights to access the file.
ls

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