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RE: Apache problems on FC3?



On Apr 7, 2005 12:51 PM, Matthew Benjamin <msbenjamin fedex com> wrote:
> Has anyone noticed the inability to run cgi or Perl scripts 
> successfully via a web page hosted by Apache on FC3. Example: I have a

> script that ultimately creates a file on the server and stores it in a

> directory however I am unable to accomplish this. I have set the 
> permissions to 755 775 and 777 to no avail. It works fine on my FC1 
> server, any ideas?

Perhaps the problem is not that you are having permission problems with
getting the script to execute, but that you might have permission
problems writing the file. What directory are you trying to save the
file in? What are the permissions on that directory? Who owns that
directory? Do you have SELinux enabled?

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After looking at the error_log file the script is running however
Permission is being denied when I try to write to the file. I have tried
giving it 777 permissions and chown apache:apache to no avail. I wonder
if there is another security setting new to FC3 that is preventing this.
I am so lost without a clue.


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