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comment Unix separate multiple commands which has '&' (execute in background) in the end
Yes. But actually it's not EXACTLY happening in the same nano-second :P
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answered Unix separate multiple commands which has '&' (execute in background) in the end
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answered sub domain in lighttpd
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answered Find files in one directory not in another
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answered Postfix setup to send mail only?
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comment User wants PHP to be able to write files in his directory
Oh hell! You're correct! The last parameter is the username which will be in the www-data group then. Sorry for my false statement. So this situation is even more worse now. I'd remove him from this group ASAP and I'd stick to the smallest possible solution: chmod/chgrp only the directory where write access is needed. Not a whole web-root. And -if possible- move the write-enabled directories out of the document-root.
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comment Passing ? in ReWrite Rule
No problem.. just vote me up if I helped you ;)
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comment User wants PHP to be able to write files in his directory
Addition: the command your user suggested makes the user "www-data" belonging to the group of that given user. See man usermod
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comment User wants PHP to be able to write files in his directory
No, BHare.. That way the server is just able to write to the one specified directory instead of everything in /home/foo/.
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answered User wants PHP to be able to write files in his directory
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answered Passing ? in ReWrite Rule