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My Debian machine is running DirectAdmin and we have build our own CMS. By now, when we create a new website a new folder and user will created down the /home/ directory.
As an developer to setup templates for each customer we need to be in the user directory. For now It's way to complicated cause for each customer you need to take that ftp account. Way to complicated if there are more than 100 customers.
To make things easier, I've created one ftp account 'developer' this account should be able to access /home/ directory. For Now I have a permission denied to access the directory maps. Of course, the /home/ directory is owned by 'root'
My question is, what is the best way to make a permission / group change for the directory /home/ so the ftp account 'developer' has access to all the websites in this directory.