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Create a folder with write permissions for the user. Create a robocopy job which copys everything out of this folder every minute. Is the only clean way for your thing. Otherwise you can set the listup permission, read attributes and the permission to write files into a folder.


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If SELinux is in Enforcing mode, it won't let you do that... Try changing this boolean to true: setsebool -P httpd_enable_homedirs on Please note, I don't recommend disabling SELinux! There are many tools out there which can help you use SELinux to secure your system. Please see the CentOS documentation here: http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/SELinux ...


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You cannot make sudo allow specific users READ-ONLY access to all files on your system. You could try to authorize these users to a specific command that would allow READ-ONLY access. However, remember that any escape into an editor or allowing redirection could using sudo root perms allow file compromise. I might suggest that you group the people who ...



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