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I know this issue was 10 months ago but I would just like to post that I had a very similar issue recently. I added a user to a group and the user still had no access to the folder. The solution was simply to log off from the user and then log in again. Based on your answer in the chat http://chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/22794884#22794884 ...


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Have you tried it? :) I'm asking because if you click Deny in the GUI it erases the corresponding Allow permission, and vice versa. So what is the default permission with both are empty? Allow. What is the permission when both are checked? This isn't possible. (At this point you're probably wondering why deny even exists. In inherited ...


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A more concise answer IMO. Your directory does not have executable permissions, which are required by cd. Fix: $ sudo chmod +x ./log Recursively: $ sudo chmod -R +x ./log +x is adding the executable attribute. You can always remove the attribute by doing -x


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At the time of AWS instance creation you will get a private key to download and you need to use this key to connect to the server. Please see how I am connecting to my aws ubuntu instance. Ex: ssh -i /home/user/Downloads/aws_key.pem ubuntu@xx.xxx.xxx.xxx -v Here aws_key.pem is the private key that I have downloaded at the time of instance creation. I ...


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I know this is old, but I stumbled across it when I was having this problem. Here is what was going on with mine. I have a script that runs mysqldump nightly. I just brought a new db online and added the script. The user the script uses had the right permissions, but it was still failing. I temporarily granted dba access to the backup user and it still ...


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Turns out AllowOverride All was not set for the /var/www directory, once I set that in the Apache configuration, all went well.


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Eventually found out myself. The Windows permissions are stored in "Extended attributes". The raw data of these attributes can be displayed by xattr from Debian package python-xattr: xattr -l <local_path> To display and manipulate these permissions, you can use smbcacls from Debian package smbclient: smbcacls //localhost/share ...


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Set both these policies for members of local Administrator group to be able to change files and connect to admin shares:


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this is fairly trivial in word by simply controlling the regions. with a text file you need either an app or script that opens the file with FILE_APPEND_DATA access, and set permissions on the file with append only. for more details in word, ask on superuser.


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To go with your accepted answer (and since I don't have enough reputation to post a comment)... You can combine those commands together as: sudo setfacl -Rm d:g:groupnamehere:rwx,g:groupnamehere:rwx /base/path/members/


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To remove SUID or SGID from Directories using the numeric mode, an administrator should use an extra 0 digit in their octal permissions, for example: chmode 00755 TargetDirectory/


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For Apache and users of the group "dev" have permission to do anything you should: Includes users who belong to the group "dev" www-data group, and add the www-data user in the group "dev" Change the umask default Apache and users of the group "dev" Add or edit /etc/apache2/envvars umask 002 /etc/init.d/apache2 restart Add or edit ~/.bashrc you users ...


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I've just had the same issue and while Kousha's answer does solve the problem for index.html in the root path, my problem was also with sub-directories as I used those combined with index.html to get "pretty urls" (example.com/something/ rather than "ugly" example.com/something.html) Partially it's Amazon's fault as well, because when you set up CloudFront ...


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SELinux case If the same sudo command is slow only in a daemon and fast on the command line, then it is caused by SELinux the most probably. (SELinux = NSA Security-Enhanced Linux kernel module, enabled in Fedora by default.) A typical case is a http server and a special script for server management, restricted in sudoers: apache ALL=(root_or_user) ...


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Turns out it was a firewall issue. I needed to change from this: Chain ufw-user-input (1 references) pkts bytes target prot opt in out source destination 0 0 ACCEPT all -- * * X.X.X.X 0.0.0.0/0 4473 250K ACCEPT tcp -- * * 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0 ...


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This could be do-able in linux, however if only for certain filesystems. I'm not sure this is achievable in any windows-based file systems. And even if it were I'm not sure it's achievable for the .docx file type since when you modify those files to just append text, it's more than just the last bytes of the file that are edited. In short, I don't think it's ...


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What's going on? am i just stupid? have i missed something? This is most likely a result of the Bypass Traverse Checking user right, which every domain user account is granted by default. Bypass Traverse Checking allows a user to traverse a directory structure to which they don't have permission to get to a directory that they do have permission. It sounds ...


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This worked for me sudo a2disconf javascript-common This removes the javascript-common.conf from conf-available and conf-enabled.


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I was able to get around this by creating a new local group called SQLUsers, I added the administrators group to the SQLUsers Group and was able to add this into the SQL server security > logins



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