seLinux httpd_read_user_content help
I am trying to get apache to access some PHP files and selinux keeps blocking me. It told me I need to set httpd_read_user_content to true. I did this and it worked. The problem is that setting this to true sounds a little dangerous, like it could cause security problems. Is there a way I can change the permissions on the folder that holds the php files, which is under apache's Document Root, so that I access them without setting httpd_read_user_content to true?
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