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Disabling SELinux is not the right way to solve this, when you change the default location of Apache hosting file, you need to relabel them (as apache in not allowed to serve any content exsept /var/www/html, not even user home folder public_html by default)

for the past year troubleshooting SELinux problems became much more each, and you can even find the needed instruction to fix the problem in the event log.

you can read a quick guide on Fedora/CentOS/Redhat sites - e.g. http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/SELinux

Disabling SELinux is not the right way to solve this, when you change the default location of Apache hosting file, you need to relabel them (as apache in Apache binary file is not allowed to serve serve/access any content exsept except /var/www/html, not even user users home folder public_html by default)

for the past year troubleshooting SELinux problems became much more each, and you can even find the needed instruction to fix the problem in the event log.

you can read a quick guide on Fedora/CentOS/Redhat sites - e.g. http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/SELinux