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ProFTPD permissions in FreeBSD 9

I'm currently administrating a FreeBSD 9 server with multiple sites hosted. For example: example1.com example2.com example3.com I need to grant read/write permissions to developers so they will be ...
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2answers
358 views

Freebsd Secondary Group not allowing folder deletion

TLDR: I have a user that is a member to a group as a secondary group. This user can delete files with 664 perms as a secondary user, but not directories with perms of 775. Details: I have a user. ...
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2answers
338 views

Unable to read file with permissions of 777

I have a file which was saved to a CIFS share from Outlook. The file permissions are 777, so I should be able to read the file from the Linux host the file goes to. However when I try, I get file ...
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Mount NFS directory as read-only for certain users

I have a server fileserver. Fileserver has an NFS export active that is called share. I have three users that need ssh/sftp access to share through a remote computer fileaccess: user1,user2, and ...
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1answer
128 views

Make a file accesible by PHP but not from the outside

My host gives me two folders for my use, a /home/public/ which is where the pages go, and /home/private/, which is for my personal use. I would like for PHP to create a file that's readable by me from ...
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1answer
249 views

How to restrict anonymous FTP access to downloads only?

I have a server running FreeBSD and have enabled anonymous FTP access, but wish to restrict the access to only being able to download files I have put on the server myself, because I don't want people ...
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45 views

Multiple directories update with changing user permissons

I have multiple users on one machine with FreeBSD7.3. Each user has his own site (only one). Each site is a copy of master-site with slight differences (ie. database configuration, template files). ...
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1answer
180 views

Freebsd write access to group directory

I'm confused. I have two users in system: u1 and u2, and group u1. both u1 and u2 belong to u1. I've created directory /opt/d with properties: drwxrwxr-x 2 u1 u1 512B May 26 17:55 d AFAIK, ...
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Permission problem with Git (over SSH) on FreeBSD

We're having permission problem with Git on FreeBSD. The setup is fairly straight forward. We have a few different repos on the same server. For simplicity, let's say they reside in /git/repo1 and ...