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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Quoting what you said on the other site: "The Punchline is that Fedora Core includes an entirely separate, parallel security mechanism called SELinux (Security-enhanced Linux), which is configured out-of-the-box to restrict which directories httpd has access to. (Dig through /etc/selinux/ for hints about what’s going on.)"

    During the install you must have missed the prompt asking if you want to enable SELinux (or does that only come up when you do a custom install?). It made it pretty clear to me tha