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500 error after installing su_php, permissions issues, “UID of script ”/index.php“ is smaller than min_uid”

I have just installed su_php on my server (amazon ec2 instance), It is required for 1 of my applications. Now, I am getting a 500 Internal server error when visiting all of my hosted sites. The ...
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457 views

Least, secure and enough permissions for public_html and folders and files under public_html using SuPHP for shared hosting environment

I have a server with SuPHP and DirectAdmin. Many (but not ALL) of my users are running Joomla and Wordpress. Will it make a problem if I chmod public_html and sub-folders to 700? Will they NEED more ...
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516 views

Using /home folder for website (under Apache2.0 and suPHP)

Using suPHP my goal is to have my website point to my /home folder and every user within the home folder have their own index.html page. I don't currently have an index.html page in my /home folder, ...
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suPHP permission requirements for all files or only PHP scripts?

Generally with PHP, files/folders have a permission of 0777 when we want to write to them. suPHP forbids a permission of 0777. Instead, files are supposed to have a permission of 0644 and folders have ...
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Security / Permissions when multiple sites accessing single directory : SuPHP

I am on a HostGator "Basic" Dedicated linux server. A current project calls for an image library that is accessible from multiple sites on the server. We are running SuPHP so each site has a ...
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Apache DSO file permissions 777

Ideally I would be using suPHP however I have been forced to use DSO... How worried should I be about setting the folders permissions to 777 and how can I improve the security of doing so?