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I know this is coming late, but i stumbled upon this question when i was trying to solve a similar problem. I would suggest you run WHOIAM to determine the current user. Then grant the user the right permission using VISUDO By default apache runs with the user www-data you can apply the permission in visudo by including the following line in /etc/sudoers ...


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You either have a corrupted profile, or the security settings on your profile are wrong. Before using any of the below fixes, I'd highly recommend you to take a backup of the machine in question to avoid losing data in case something went wrong. There is a lot of talk on the steps that you need to follow, to save time and formating, I'll just post you a ...



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