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Re: File Permissions



Jim Cornette:
>>> Isn't apache limited on what it can access, even more than a regular
>>> user?

Tim:
>> Yes, by SELinux.  You need to use appropriate contexts for files to be
>> served by Apache, or disable SELinux protection on the web server.  I'd
>> only do that if you were only locally serving files for testing.

Jim Cornette:
> I would want to have protection from SELinux if the site ever was used 
> for Internet or Intranet usage.

Yes, I agree.  As I said, I'd only disable it if you were just doing
"testing".  If you're actually serving files to other people, I'd take
the cautious approach.

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