Fixed it.  I turned of SELinux.  And restarted httpd as not root.

On Sunday, February 15, 2015 at 5:12:26 PM UTC-8, Yarone Greif wrote:
>
> Just installed CodeReview on a Fedora AWS instance.  And I'm getting the 
> "permissions problem" issue splash page (The data directory must be 
> writable by the web server. On Linux/Unix/Mac, you can fix this by 
> typing:).  But I think the permissions are set correctly.  eg
>
> [fedora@ip-172-31-20-148 ~]$  sudo chown -R apache "/var/www/
> reviews.example.com/data"
> [fedora@ip-172-31-20-148 ~]$ ls -lh /var/www/reviews.example.com/data
> total 336K
> -rw-r--r--. 1 apache root 333K Feb 15 23:15 reviewboard.db
>
> [fedora@ip-172-31-20-148 ~]$ sudo service httpd restart
> Redirecting to /bin/systemctl restart  httpd.service
>
> But the splash page isn't fixed.   What else am I supposed to run?
>
>
>

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