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Dec
11
accepted Command shows different results when I login as a user vs su to the user
Dec
11
comment Command shows different results when I login as a user vs su to the user
I can use the command $ nvm use default, but $ which nvm doesn't show anything: $ nvm use default Now using node v0.11.14 myuser@node-server1:~$ which nvm
Dec
11
revised Command shows different results when I login as a user vs su to the user
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Dec
11
asked Command shows different results when I login as a user vs su to the user
Dec
23
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Mar
18
accepted Chmod operation not permitted?
Mar
18
comment Chmod operation not permitted?
Ahh thanks for pointing out the obvious.
Mar
18
asked Chmod operation not permitted?
Sep
6
comment Running Ruby on Rails App on Apache + Passenger == to much memory
This helped keep my memory down to a manageable size. Thanks!
Aug
3
comment Centos how to set default permissions for specific folder
Interesting...I was not aware of this. I'll have to check the owner of the directory.
Aug
3
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Aug
3
comment Centos how to set default permissions for specific folder
Actually it might be running as root. The reason it's set to user tomstest is because i chown'd/chgrp'd/chmod'd the entire folder.
Aug
3
comment Centos how to set default permissions for specific folder
Is there a good way to check what user the app is running under? It's a rails app if that's relevant.
Aug
3
comment Centos how to set default permissions for specific folder
Yes I think it is.
Aug
3
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Aug
3
comment Centos how to set default permissions for specific folder
Question updated with some more details.
Aug
3
revised Centos how to set default permissions for specific folder
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Aug
3
comment Centos how to set default permissions for specific folder
It's an error in my rails app. Permission denied is the error.
Aug
3
comment Centos how to set default permissions for specific folder
My app throws an error because it can't delete the file. 664 would probably work too.
Aug
3
comment Centos how to set default permissions for specific folder
Because the app needs to add and delete files and it bombs when deleting those tmp files.