And you can have non-public and public files easily in the same
On 22 Oct 2010 20:24, "Ramsey, Robert L" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Someone contacted me off list about this. It's the default SELinux
configuration that's causing the problem in both 5 and 6 beta.
For some reason, if you drag a folder or tar creates the folder, SELinux
sets the permissions to disallow reading by httpd, even if the files are
owned by the apache group and have g+r on them. I right clicked on the html
folder and changed the SELinux Context to "Read from all httpd scripts and
the daemon" and that fixed it.
Unfortunately I can't remember the exact default phrase in the SELinux
Context, and none of the options I see now look right. It was a real phrase
like "Read from all httpd scripts and the daemon," but all I have options
for are things like httpd_user_content_t or httpd_user_contentt_ra_t.
It's easy enough to fix, but I am very curious to know the reasoning behind
making that setting the default.
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