[CentOS] Problems with UserDir directive on CentOS 5

Cleber P. de Souza cleberps at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 15:06:51 UTC 2007

> Probably two things:
> * Apache needs directory access permissions (x) on each path component
> in /home/kikinovak/public_html. They are probably missing
> on /home/kikinovak:
> chmod +x /home/kikinovak
Another way could be using ACL on the filesystem and allow Apache's
user r-x permission on users' directory.
setfacl -m u:apache:r-x /home/user

> I'll let you think about the security implications ;).
Always think about it.

Cleber P. de Souza

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