More joy with CentOS 7.
I am having permission problems with Postfixadmin. I am installing as I have in my notes I did in CentOS6 and it is not working.
I untar Postfixadmin into /usr/share. The owner is root:root (I even tried root:apache). My postfixadmin.conf file has:
alias /mailadmin /usr/share/postfixadmin
And I get when I try fqdn/mailadmin
You don’t have permission to access /mailadmin on this server.
When I google this message, I am getting that httpd is not allowing me access. I have even added:
allow from all
To the above .conf with no change.
This is not a SELInux problem as I tried ‘setenforce 0’ and still get the error.
It is as if there is some new security setting in httpd for files not in the www dir (default of /var/www/).