accidently I did "chown -R www-data:www-data /" (I wanted to chown current directory). Is the only good way now to set the system up again from beginning? waaaah -.- Thanks
i have connected on Root with SSH Access. Becouse i transfer the files with root, all files was root own. I need it to be on other user, so i was connected on as my current folder: ...
I've got a PHP script that creates a folder on my server. This folder is supposed to be accessed via Apache, and users can view it online. Now if I create this folder while being root, everything ...
Im gonna need some help restoring my ssh settings as i screwed everything up by calling this command: chown -R user / At the moment im not able to access the site through ssh/ftp since the ...
I have a WordPress installation. When the ownership of the folder is root, the memory consumed is okay. However, when I change the ownership to the www-data user, it starts consuming a lot of memory ...
I accidentally executed the chown userx:userx / command. Is there a way to fix this in a gentle way? I know the mysql folder has to be owned by mysql:mysql. But what about the other folders? Are ...
i just ran this a few seconds ago, i managed to do ctrl-c as soon as i realized what i started doing. so far in the only dir its started going through is /bin im afraid to do anything else, so far ...
I try to chown the owner of a file to root, but I can't. I'm doing this as root. I get the following message: chown: changing ownership of `ps': Operation not permitted