I am working with the Git support, and I fixed my initial issue of "Internal Server Error" caused by git.conf not being removed.
For the record, I restarted apache after removing.
However, while I can browse repo's now and such, new .git repo's are being created with apache as owner, and the server user as user. My understanding is that with suexec it's supposed to be the user as owner.
suexec -v returns = suexec policy violation: see suexec log for more details
The log file says (re suexec -v): [2013-05-10 12:30:43]: too few arguments
And when I create a new repo: [2013-05-10 12:44:29]: uid: (582/ffte) gid: (576/ffte) cmd: gitweb.cgi
The file created has the following specs: drwxrws--- 7 apache ffte 4096 May 10 12:44 ffte.git
Now I haven't run into a problem yet, but I haven't actually tried to do anything...
So, is this functioning right or do I need to tweak something.
As a note, this is happening on two different servers, both running Centos 6.4, both installed from auto install script.
One server had apache on it when I started script, the other was truely bare bones.
One is Pro, one is GPL.