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can not upload files to wordpress on apache server

I have installed wordpress on localhost with apache server on fedora . when I want to upload files to it I get this error: Unable to create directory wp-content/uploads/2014/07. Is its parent ...
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Why does Fedora 20 still deny access to home directories after enabling SELinux httpd_read_user_content and setting files to httpd_user_content_t?

On my Fedora 20, I've learned that to allow write access to files by processes like PHP via Apache, the process owner, which is in my case apache, must have write permissions to the files. Also, since ...
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Permissions issue in Munin

I have a Fedora machine on which I have successfully installed and configured Munin. The issue that I now face is of permissions. So basically, I have a directory where I have pointed all my html ...
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Permission settings for Apache in Fedora

I'm using Apache locally (so it only listens on localhost) for development purposes. I have my web applications (wordpress in this case) in my home directory. Now, I've read the advice of making ...
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ifdown em1 Users cannot control this device. Allow users to control em1 device

I want to allow users to control the em1 device in Linux: When I run this command: ifdown em1 em1 is the embedded ethernet card 1, I want the user to be able to turn off the ethernet card. On ...
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Cannot write to Apache www directory LAMP

I've got Fedora 16 running Apache, PHP & MySQL. I want to do 2 things: Share a directory within the www directory over Samba Use CMS systems that have automatic install/configure scripts I've ...
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lighttpd on Fedora permission issues

I'm trying to get started with lighttpd on Fedora 16 to run a RESTful api for development. Right now even with the most basic sample config file I'm getting 404 pages when I know the pages I'm ...
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Fedora 16: “Permission denied: file permissions deny server access”

I'm working with a fresh Fedora 16 install and I'm trying to get Apache up and running. I'm very familiar with Linux and somewhat with CentOS, but I have very little experience with Fedora and SELinux ...
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Cannot start MySQL 5.5 as normal user (fedora 15)

service mysqld start gives me: Starting mysqld (via systemctl): Job failed. See system logs and 'systemctl status' for details. [FAILED] ...
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Unable to sunchronize local and remote directories (“set times: Operation not permitted”)

I'm running into FTP errors using software like NetBeans or WinSCP: whenever I attempt to perform a synchronization or update of files from local --> server I get errors on the client saying "set ...
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PhpMyAdmin::403 error - don't have permission to enter localhost/phpmyadmin/ on Apache2, Fedora 13

I am running an apache 2.17 at a Fedora 13. I did install phpmyadmin from the repos (via yum). It is installed in /usr/share/phpMyAdmin. I did make a symlink from my document root to the ...
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Execute a script with root permission [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: ubuntu: let a user run a script with root permissions Hi all, I need a script that will chown/chmod some files. This script need to be executable by any user. The ...
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95 views

Linux Permissions

I am running Fedora 12 and I've setup a partition separate from my root partition to keep shared files and home directories. Now, I've been having permission issues where it says the user cannot ...
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Anonymous user with proftpd on fedora

I am trying to setup an anonymous user account on our server to enable people to downlaod technical manuals for our products etc. and I would like this to be as secure as possible! I was just ...
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Setting default folder permissions for Apache on Fedora

G'day, I have a web server running on my personal computer as a means for me to test various things. By default, Fedora (running version 10 atm) seems to set the permission for /var/www/html/ as ...