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scp to /home changes permissions?

This would be illustrated very nicely with an scheme. When I write "Test: OK" or "Test: FAIL" I am restarting apache server (httpd service). Basically, performing everything as root in the ...
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scp permission denied after 'hardening' with bastille

I recently 'hardened' two Ubuntu servers using Bastille, and now I get permission denied: scp whenever I try to scp files in. SSH login works fine. I've tried adding an /scp-dump folder with 777 ...
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Transfer files using scp: permission denied

I try to transfer files from remote computer using ssh to my computer : scp My_file.txt user_id@server:/Home This should put My_file.txt in the home folder on my own computer, right? I get ...
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2answers
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Permissions “problem” using SCP to copy to root owned folder from local

I'm taking some early forays into setting up a basic LAMP box. It's my first time setting up the software I'll use as opposed to just being handed a working environment, so go easy on me :) I have ...
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User can't touch -t

When SCP'ing to my Fedora server, a user keeps getting errors about not being able to modify file timestamps ("set time: operation not permitted"). The user is not the owner of the file, but we cannot ...