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Apache, suexec, PHP, suPHP

While I'm quite comfortable as a Linux user, my Linux Admin-fu is a bit weak. Thus, I'm here looking for guidance with a CentOS server I'm about to build. I need to setup an Apache2 web server for a ...
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Multiple php versions simultaneously on Ubuntu

I want to be able to run multiple php versions on my development box running Ubuntu 12.04. What I want to accomplish is that when I use localhost as domain a default is used (let's say php 5.3.17). ...
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Setting up Apache 2.2 + FastCGI + SuExec + PHP-FPM on Centos 6

I'm trying to follow this very detailed instruction here, I simply changed from www-data user to apache user, and is using /var/www/hosts/sitename/public_html instead of /home/user/public_html ...
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How to enable group-writable suexec-capable CGI scripts?

I have been asked to set up a shared webspace on our department webserver that may be accessed by multiple people and which might be running CGI or PHP scripts. The people maintaining the webspace ...
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PHP fopen always fails with permission denied

I am in the process of migrating a couple of Wordpress blogs over to AWS and have run into an issue with file permissions that has successfully foiled me for the last couple of hours. The simplest ...
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Why restricting Apache users from executing scripts?

When Apache users are allowed to executes bash scripts via PHP - why it's considered dangerous? I understand that the users can traverse the whole file system and even see which additional users are ...
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Suexec, group-writeable files

I am running an Apache server with Suexec. However, I get an internal server error if I try to execute a CGI script that is group-writeable (if I chmod g-w , the script runs fine) However, I want the ...