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comment Apache server is very slow taking minutes to respond
Welcome, it's only my stupidity that I need these checklists for problem solving ;) ..
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comment How to allow unprivileged apache/PHP to do a root task (CentOS)
I added numbers, dash and underscore to the list but I cannot compile the code, gcc says that the includes are missing and some errors that I do not understand since I have no experience with C, can anybody help fix this program?
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revised Authenticate by libpam-mysql and libnss-mysql (CentOS)
Change title to be noticed.. and added addtional info
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comment How to allow unprivileged apache/PHP to do a root task (CentOS)
@Mitch thanks for you input I had seen an example of a C script that does a system call but it didn't pass the argument. I thought to find how to do it but got nervous about the potential security risk that I cannot predict since I know nothing about C programming. I cannot judge the safety or unsafety of this script, can anyone give me an opinion?
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comment How to allow unprivileged apache/PHP to do a root task (CentOS)
@voretaq7 Yes I know, it's possible on some systems but I picked CentOS for a reason ;) And I agree it should not be possible out of the box.
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comment How to allow unprivileged apache/PHP to do a root task (CentOS)
Fair warning thanks for your input, though I cannot leave it to be a manual action, my less technical colleagues need to understand how to create a user too. They have never seen a Linux CLI. Which is why I am trying to find a non to dangerous solution to my problem.