On Sat, 2012-08-25 at 01:54 +0200, Sebastian Krebs wrote:
> Am 25.08.2012 01:41, schrieb Fred Silsbee:
> > Warning: Unknown: failed to open stream: Permission denied in Unknown on
> > line 0
> > Fatal error: Unknown: Failed opening required
> > '/var/www/html/log_book_MySQL.php'
> > (include_path='.:/usr/share/pear:/usr/share/php') in Unknown on line 0
> > had to use Fedora yumex(yum) to install php
> > PHP Version 5.4.5 is seen in phpinfo
> > before now, php was there and ready after Fedora install
> I guess you created the file yourself (with your user account) and want
> to watch it within your browser via your webserver? The last one usually
> runs under the "www-data:www-data" (debian. Guess Fedora takes it
> similar) user:group. So, either change the owner, or change the permissions.
> An example
> | chmod g+rw /var/www/html/log_book_MySQL.php
> | chown www-data:www-data /var/www/html/log_book_MySQL.php
> and add yourself to the group www-data. Don't know, how it can be done
> in Fedora. Debian uses usermod, but as far as I know it's a debian tool(?).
It could also be good ol' SELinux getting in the way. Sometimes (on a
whim it seems) it denies access to a file completely. You need to set
the extra permissions that SELinux uses on that file, or disable SELinux
completely. I ended up going the disable route as this is also my
desktop machine, and SELinx wasn't playing nice with other apps like