A quick reminder to myself (and you if you’ve come across my little site) to change SELinux file ACLs when uploading new files to be served by Apache (httpd) on Centos.
Yesterday I linked to some Radeon drivers in my http://www.shernet.com/windows/ati-radeon-mobility-x1400-on-windows-10/ post.
However, the linked zip file was showing ‘Access Denied’ errors, despite the correct filesystem permissions.
I had forgotten to also mark the file as something httpd should have access to on Centos as far as SELinux was concerned.
Without further ado, it simply took:
sudo chcon -v -t httpd_sys_content_t uploaded_file.ext