phpldapadmin installs into /usr/share, which httpd is not allowed to read if
SELinux is enforcing. Recommend installation into /var/www/phpldapadmin instead.
The files layout of phpldapadmin was derived from the similar php package
"squirrelmail" (Fedora Core). Squirrelmail places its files under /usr/share .
I've considered it as a precedent.
As I see now, both FC4 and devel "squirrelmail"s still have files under /usr/share.
Are there any SELinux-related issues with the squirrelmail package? Why this
(approximately) similar Fedora Core's package still have the stuff under
/usr/share ? Perhaps there is some another way to fix SELinux related issues here?
Saying this, I don't ignore this bug report, I just want to make fixes the
similar way like it is made in Fedora Core...
No, you're right, looks like it was a problem with the file contexts differing
from the normal policy. Sorry, closing.