I found the answer to my question. There is a ³groups² command. I changed the User and Group on apache and everything works so far. Thanks!!! I used to do
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, Apr 12, 2006
Re: [soaplite] A QuestionI found the answer to my question.
There is a “groups” command.
I changed the User and Group on apache and everything works so far.
I used to do the same thing on a Windows machine. There was never a problem.
So I was lost yesterday.
On 4/12/06 11:13 AM, "Ted Zeng" <zeng@...> wrote:
-rw-r--r-- 1 www zeng 1699 Apr 11 23:37 psut.log
The user is ‘www’. You are right. I just changed the directory and could remove the file.
Now, to make life easier, I would like to change the User in apache to my name.
I hope this will solve all the problems. I need to work with many directories. Changing them one by one
Is quite a headache.
Anyone knows how to find out the group the user is in on OS X?
“ls –lg “ on OS X doesn’t show the group name.
But even I set the
On 4/12/06 9:01 AM, "Aaron Couts" <aaron_couts@...> wrote:
This is most likely a permissions issue. Apache generally runs as the apache user, and it doesn't have write access to most of the files on the filesystem. A good way to see this is to temporarily change your program to create a file in the /tmp directory, and then check out the file ownership of that file. You may need to set custom ownership or permissions on your scripts working directories.