Turning off selinux has had an effect.
whoami - produces "apache" when test.php is called from the browser
heyu info - produces an empty array and a return value of 1
While from the command line - php /var/www/html/test.php
whoami - produces "apache"
heyu info - produces a populated array (the print that it produces when
called from the command line) and a return value of 0
Kae Verens wrote:
> Pangurban wrote:
>>> Did all those things - same result
>>>> I am testing with >whomai<
>> which is -> -rwr-xr-x 1 root root /usr/bin/whoami
>>>> and >heyu<
>> which is -> -rwxr-xr-x 1 root sys /usr/local/bin/heyu
>>>> I suspect the problem arises out of some aspect of the security setup of
>> the installation.
>>>> Another program which uses heyu - a web interface called Bluelava using
>> perl scripts - worked on FC 2 - but I cannot get it to work on FC 3.
>>>> The machine and server are domestic and what I am trying to do is set up
>> the home network to control automation including switching using x10
>> powerline controllers.
>>>> Thank you for your help
>>>>>> you could also try turning off selinux - that pain in the ass has
> caused me trouble in the past. it could be the cause of this as well.
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