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I have a folder named "digitalgoods" with the following ownership -- apache:apache residing outside of the htdocs folder and is therefore not accessible to the public. However I need the same folder ...
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I have an apache web server set up where multiple people have their websites hosted, mostly php based websites. The problem is, when these people upload their website files, it has read permissions ...
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Got my web server up and running using apache2 with the ability to ftp to /var/www folder. However, if I make an update to .html and copied over the file via ftp, the file's permisions become more ...
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I'm facing a problem with a Linux webserver of mine. It's a VM Ubuntu 10.4 LTS which runs a Wordpress network site. Out of the blue with no changes being made on the back end, ftp has stopped as has ...
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Permissions for Apache and FTPd users

I'd like advice about permissions on directories and files on a web/ftp server. Here is my situation: Debian Server with those user:group userme:userme for SSH www-data:www-data for apache/php ...
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