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Obviously my web server doesn't have permission to create directories - and probably not to create files - in public_html or its subdirectories (like some directories under ~/public_html/wordpress … , allowing you to still access the uploads directory as your user: chmod g+rws,o+rwx ~/public_html/wordpress/wp-content. Use ACLs to specify advanced permissions to allow the server to write to the …
answered Jul 31 '15 by Max-P
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According to the Debian package page for wordpress, it appears that lighttpd should satisfy the dependency. However, it also requires libapache2-mod-php5 or php5, which is why I think it still pulls … in Apache: while you have installed lighttpd, you may have forgotten to install the matching PHP package. Make sure lighttpd and php5 are both installed before installing wordpress, and that should fix your problem. …
answered Jul 31 '15 by Max-P