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I have a Fedora install running apache and Joomla. The http.conf is showing apache as the user and group that it is using. I have changed the owner of the folder structure using chown -R apache /mywebsitepath

I have even gone so far as in my testing environment to do a chmod -R 777 on the directory to see if that would get me through, with no success. I have restarted httpd services to ensure this has taken effect.

I am able to create blog posts and items that use the database for storage, what am I missing?

Figured it out - selinux was set to enabled. Changed to disabled

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For better help you should post the real paths on your system's document root, and a sanitized joomla conf file –  thinice Jan 27 '12 at 16:37
    
You should submit your solution as an answer and mark it as accepted. –  Kenny Rasschaert Jan 27 '12 at 20:30

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Figured it out - selinux was set to enabled. Changed to disabled

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