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accepted Upgrade 2 Ghost blogs on same server, 1 quits immediately when run as a service
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accepted How can I configure Apache+PHP on OS 10.7.5 to make 0755 directories writable?
Sep
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comment Upgrade 2 Ghost blogs on same server, 1 quits immediately when run as a service
Thank you, @AndréBorieā€”I've updated the post to include the relevant details.
Sep
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revised Upgrade 2 Ghost blogs on same server, 1 quits immediately when run as a service
Added relevant config files for both blogs
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Sep
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comment Upgrade 2 Ghost blogs on same server, 1 quits immediately when run as a service
Thanks for your report! I had to do this too, and like I said, for blog #1 it worked: I can run it via the service start command and the blog appears online without a hitch. Followed the same steps with blog #2 on the same server, and this does not fix the issue.
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revised Upgrade 2 Ghost blogs on same server, 1 quits immediately when run as a service
Add more information about the issue
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Dec
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comment How can I configure Apache+PHP on OS 10.7.5 to make 0755 directories writable?
Thanks, ponsfonze. Is it feasible to make Apache the owner of everything in my /User/username/Sites directory? And if so, would it cause problems elsewhere?
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asked How can I configure Apache+PHP on OS 10.7.5 to make 0755 directories writable?