When trying to start Apache by using:
I get the following error in
Unable to change directory to /root
Anyone have any idea what this means?
because you have it enabled, you need to start service using
edit your SELinux config and either disable it or set it to permissive:
Once changed then you will be able to start httpd using:
If you need to keep SELinux enabled, then just use the service script to start/stop/restart the service.
The ServerRoot has apparently not been set (properly.)
If unset, this default to $HOME.
Edit httpd.conf and set a proper ServerRoot (usually /etc/httpd or /etc/apache2.)
If you want to run it without disabling SELinux, then don't try to run http start/stop command inside /root directory.
This is temporary fix but always work, just switch to /tmp (cd /tmp) and run the command to start apache (/etc/init.d/httpd start)