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Moodle 3.1 installer

 
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Re: Moodle 3.1 installer
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Your last command should be:

sudo chown -R apache:apache /var/www/moodledata

The -R means recursive.

Other things on CentOS 7 to check:

SELinux ... new servers have this running by default.    Suggest setting to 'permissive' so that you can see what it's complaining about and fix things one at a time ... slowly.

Manually edit /etc/selinux/config

sudo nano /etc/selinux/config

Set the line: SELINUX = permissive

Save the file.

Reboot the box ... one of the few times one needs to reboot.

Oh ... might need to install nano (a text editor that is more user friendly than vi) if not present.

sudo install nano

'spirit of sharing', Ken

 
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