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Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
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answered Dynamic to static
Jul
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awarded  Commentator
Jul
23
comment Allow apache / php user to access folder outside of web root
the /opt/adobe/fms/... is owned by the FMS user FMS creates when its installed - thats my problem. how do I grant the apache user access to that folder also?
Jul
23
comment Allow apache / php user to access folder outside of web root
so whoami returns apache and groups returns apache fms - and the permission denied is when accessing the /opt/adobe/fms/....
Jul
23
comment Allow apache / php user to access folder outside of web root
I've tried outputting the .mp4 to just the same folder my script was running in and the same happened. Looking at error_log - permission denied - which i guess is my question - permissions for who? the apache user or the FMS user?
Jul
23
asked Allow apache / php user to access folder outside of web root
Jul
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awarded  Scholar
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awarded  Supporter
Jul
20
accepted Exchange 2003 block group from sending email outside of domain
Jun
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awarded  Outspoken
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awarded  Talkative
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asked Exchange 2003 block group from sending email outside of domain
Nov
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awarded  Teacher
Nov
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answered Video streaming over multi display units
Nov
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revised Reoccuring errors on Exchange 2003 leading to unavailability and reboot?
added notes pertaining to wireshark monitoring
Nov
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asked Reoccuring errors on Exchange 2003 leading to unavailability and reboot?
Jun
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awarded  Tumbleweed
May
20
comment windows 2003, deleting files via command prompt, deleted wrong files
about the coping the file to the same location twice - the ####'s replace the clients name in my example above as to not expose who they are - there are multiple clients - client 1 could be abcd and client 2 can be 1234 - not coping the same file to the same folder - and the file is always run from the root of d - nothing about the process changes, week to week, other than to increment the date of the file