Hi - thought I had control over this but...
Description: I have a webmaster (user: isk, group: afu).
The web-root is in: /webb_sidor/afudoc/DownL
Owner of web-root and recursive files: apache: afu
Permissions: 3770 for dirs, 1770 for files.
SELinux temporarily in permessive state.
Operating System: Red Hat Enterprise Linux
CPE OS Name: cpe:/o:redhat:enterprise_linux:7.9:GA:server
Kernel: Linux 3.10.0-1160.31.1.el7.x86_64
Problem: I want the user (isk), as a member of afu, define the users home directory in the web-root file system above so the user within logins is accessing the web-root (and not the usual /home/isk). But this gives permission denied. Tried a lot of different configurations...
Logs: Nothing! In debug mode the logs only says that login (SSH and SFTP) works. I'm logging AUTH and AUTHPRIV.
So - what am I missing? Note tha the owner is apache for all files and afu is the group (where isk is a momber of). No one has root-privs.
PS Defining isk:s home-dir as /home/isk is OK. However doing cd /webb_sidor/afudoc/DownL gives the same result, permission denied.
Thank's for any tip ... (I'm not a Linux-expert...).