I have an Apache 2.17 server running on a Fedora 13. I want to be able to create a file in a directory.
I cannot do that. Whenever I try to open a file with php for writing fopen(,'w'), it tells me that I don't have permission to do that.
So i checked the httpd.conf file in /etc/httpd/conf/. It says user apache, group apache. So I changed ownership (chown -R apache:apache .*) of my whole /www directory to apache:apache. I also run chmod -R 777 *
Apart from knowing how terribly dangerous this is, it actually still gives me the same error, even though I even allow public write!