The package repository is located at wawrzek.name/crux/wawrzek/, and I keep my work in github wawrzek/crux-ports repository.
The first problem I encountered was issues with access to some .httpup related info:
Connecting to http://wawrzek.name/crux/wawrzek/ Updating collection wawrzek Edit: wawrzek/.httpup-repo.current Failed to download http://wawrzek.name/crux/wawrzek/.httpup-repo.current: The requested URL returned error: 403 Forbidden Edit: wawrzek/.httpup-urlinfo Failed to download http://wawrzek.name/crux/wawrzek/.httpup-urlinfo: The requested URL returned error: 403 Forbidden Finished successfully
I host my repo on Linux virtual machine and I could easily confirm that all files has right access privileges, so I eliminated OS level problem. All other files in the same directory were properly accessible, so I started to suspect Apache configuration and that was a case. Apache Debian/Ubuntu configuration has block preventing web clients accessing .htaccess and .htpasswd, but definition is rather generous (^\.ht or everything what starts with string ".ht"). I decided that the simplist resolution is going to replace it with more specific rule (^\.ht(access|passwd)) what matches only ".htaccess" or ".htpasswd". Updated block of configuration is below:
# # The following lines prevent .htaccess and .htpasswd files from being # viewed by Web clients. # <FilesMatch "^\.ht(access|passwd)"> Require all denied </FilesMatch>