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Originally Posted by till View Post
But then apache must be able to access the directory. Do you have any security extensions like selinux enabled that might prevent apache accessing the files?
[root@ISPC30 ]# selinuxenabled
[root@ISPC30 ]# echo $?
[root@ISPC30 ]#
0 enable
1 disable

selinux is disable.

What other thing might be causing this?

I've banged my head to the wall but I can't see what is wrong.
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