I am assuming you are talking about the /proc/PID/environ file for Apache. If...

I am assuming you are talking about the /proc/PID/environ file for Apache. If this is the case, you can also modify the start-up script for Apache in /etc/init.d so that near the end of the startup process it takes the apache PID from either the output of ps or the PID file created by Apache in /var/run and then issue a "chmod 666 /proc/$PID/environ" near the end of the script (assuming you store the PID in a variable called $PID). Since the startup script runs as root, and should run at every reboot, it should accomplish everything you want.

Just BE CAREFULL. Often, files in /proc are world readable, so the ones that are not, are usually that way for good reason.

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