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User permissions on web server [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are the best linux permissions to use for my website? I have allot of users which install joomla, wordpress, drupal and other CMS things on their websites ( linux server)...
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cannot write to certain directory using CentOS distro [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are the best linux permissions to use for my website? I have a script that will generate an image then upload it in a certain directory. The script works fine, however ...
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Problem with file owner/group [duplicate]

I have files on my website which I need access to files on my server and they also need to be able to be edited by the webserver. Now with my current setup I cant seem to do that. If the owner/group ...
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VPS server web permissions Ubuntu Linux setup for LAMP

Okay, So basically my question is this. My web files are like this var/www/public_html/index.html When I upload files and then go to correct domain on the internet I get "Forbidden You don't have ...
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Give root privileges to an user just for a specific directory [closed]

I have have a web server running on my machine and I would like to give the 2 users, misterX and misterY, root privileges for the directory /var/www so that they can also edit the files that are being ...
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Unable to set proper permission in my centOs6 [duplicate]

I am trying to setup WordPress on CentOs6 for the first time and facing issue with proper file permission. I am using Linode VPS hosting and have chosen centOS6 as my OS.I am able to install WordPress ...
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How can I make my public directory writable by nginx and user? [closed]

I have my WordPress site newly hosted on a small Linux box with Nginx. Nginx runs as the user www-data just like apache, so I have the entire public_html directory owned by www-data so that WordPress ...
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setup apache www directory for multiple users over sftp [duplicate]

I have standard Ubuntu 16.04 droplet over digitalocean with LAMP stack. By default I have one user with root privileges (for admin use). I access any directory from root through ssh like with ...
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Setup web folder for multiple developers and Apache [duplicate]

I'm trying to setup a web folder on LAMP with Ubuntu 14.04 where : Apache/PHP can read everything inside. (r-x for folders and r-- for files) Multiple users in a "devs" group can do anything inside. (...
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What are the proper chown settings for images? [duplicate]

I am testing a piece of software that is working except for some SVG images that are not showing. When I preview them using Firebug in Firefox, it says "Failed to load the given URL," however, when I ...
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LAMP Installation and security [closed]

I installed LAMP server on Ubuntu 13.04 using this tutorial word to word. It worked nicely. But I am hardly able to understand these steps : $ sudo usermod -a -G www-data your_user $ sudo chgrp -R ...
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Is it safe to create symlink under /var/www/ which points to my home directory? [duplicate]

I am using local Ubuntu server with Apache 2.4. I am running as a default user Ubuntu and each time I need to change something under /var/www/ I have to use sudo to avoid permission denied messages. ...
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How to give Apache permission to write and execute in /usr/local/<apps> [duplicate]

I need some opinion here. What is the best method to give apache permission to create folder inside my /usr/local/ ? Currently i'm doing apps that need the apache to create folder for each user ...
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Created virtual users for vsftpd, now how to make nginx access their home directories?

I installed and setup vsftpd with virtual users, and each one of them has folder in /home/vftp. The ownership of /home/vftp is ftp:ftp. When I point a subdomain to open with nginx from one of those ...
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Unmask permissions on Linux RHEL (AWS EC2)?

I've installed a AWS Linux EC2 instance. I have multiple users who should be able to edit each others files, including new ones that are uploaded. The Linux default is RHEL. I understand that I can ...

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