Having issues with "Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible" errors in apache log files on Fedora? Well you've come to the right place!
I'm pretty sure I just ran across the most annoying thing I've ever been confronted with while trying to run Apache with PHP via XAMPP on Fedora 11 with SELinux enabled. When you setup your httpd.conf to try and access directories in your home directory, by default you will not be successful. You might spend hours, or even days trying to figure out why apache can't access files in your home directory. The good news is that I have the solution, although it wasn't easy to put together, you'll be able to access files out of your home directory after following these steps.
I was recently having an issue with Pure-FTPD when attempting to access the server under a particular user. The following is the output along with the error code:
I just ran across this issue and it threw me for a loop for several hours so I thought I would share the solution here. In my case I was attempting to reindex a Magento database via php cli on the command line, however this issue is not Magento specific. For those Magento folks out there here is the command line along with the full error message.