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Recommended Setup for Ubuntu Web Server [duplicate]

Sorry if this has been talked about before and please point me to those references. I am now running my own Ubuntu web server however I have been hitting problems with authorities and FTPing up files. ...
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Not everyone can write to new files made in /var/www

I followed the most upvoted tips in this thread. What's the best way of handling permissions for apache2's user www-data in /var/www? I just made a new file under one user1. However user2 ...
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Ubuntu Server Web exposed folder recommended permissions [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What’s the best way of handling permissions for apache2’s user www-data in /var/www? I am setting up my first server from scratch and as I am completely novice at this I ...
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What permissions should my website files/folders have on a Linux webserver?

This is a Canonical Question about File Permissions on a Linux web server. I have a Linux web server running Apache2 that hosts several websites. Each website has its own folder in /var/www/. ...
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Auto 775 permissions

Guys I have a linux dedicated server. There are multiple users who manage specific directories on the server. But if a user uploads something, for example a plugin/library. When it is executed it ...
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Add my User to www-data group on fedora? [duplicate]

So I am setting up a localhost for web development on my Fedora 20 desktop. I have installed httpd and so forth... The issue I have is adding my user to the /var/www and to /var/www/html. I looked ...
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Can I override my umask using ACLs to make all files created in a given directory world readable?

Assume that my umask is 0077. I have a directory, foo, that I want to have special permissions applied to it. All files I create in foo should be world readable, and all directories should be world ...
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File Permission on /var/www/html [closed]

I changed the file permission. Now I am not able to access the website. nginx + php-fpm previously, chown -R user1:user1 /var/www/site.com I read in internet, and then i changed the file ...
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file permissions for scripts that need write access

This question helped me quite a bit: What's the best way of handling permissions for apache2's user www-data in /var/www? I would like to take the above question further, I want to be able ...
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How can I run svn up as www-data?

I have a website on an Ubuntu box. I've changed the ownership of the files to www-data:www-data. To update the files, I usually have to run sudo svn up, but that changes some of the file ownerships ...
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Setting umask for all users

I'm trying to set the default umask to 002 for all users including root on my CentOS box. According to this and other answers, this can be achieved by editing /etc/profile. However the comments at ...
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Should apache have write access to the web root? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are the best linux permissions to use for my website? I'm trying to get a canonical answer on how to set up permissions for apache vis-a-vis the web root ...

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