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I've recently started using Vagrant, running Debian for my dev environment. I love the way it just works... apart from 1 small thing...

My apache server is able to write files to the /tmp directory, and I can see them while running XDebugger on my machine... but it would appear that once the server has written the file, it's not able to move them out again.

I've Googled various searches around Debian, Vagrant, PuPHPet (which I've used to setup Vagrant), but can't find anyone mentioning having this problem, so was hoping someone here might be able to help.

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What is the user ID of the files and of the process trying to unlink them? –  Hauke Laging Mar 25 '14 at 18:54

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