Don't consider 777 permissions a solution. It's masking the real problem,
and opens your system up to a large security hole.

Christian


On Monday, September 12, 2011, hs_etd <hblogt...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I did the following
>
>> in /etc/selinux/config  SELINUX=disabled
>
> and restarted the system. It still didn't help. I did get a different,
> yet similar error. This time it wasn't complaining that "etdlab" (my
> login) didn't have permission. It was complaining that "apache" did
> not have permission to /var/www/rb/data.
>
> I then did the unrecommeded command:
>
> chmod -R 777 /var/www/rb and restarted apache.
>
> It worked!
>
> Thanks to all for your help.
>
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