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Re: Apache user/group

From: Christian Lescuyer <cl_at_goelette.net>
Date: 2004-02-26 10:35:10 CET

> I have configured Apache's httpd.conf with User/Group of nobody/nobody (on
> My repositories are accessible by group "devl". But I use the Apache
server for more
> than just Subversion.

Initially, I used apache/web for Apache2 and svn/web for administration. On
access, Apache set ownership to apache/web, but also changed mod to 644,
preventing write access for administration.

As I'm using Apache2 only for subversion, I switched User to "svn" in
httpd.conf. I'm not very happy with this, but it works. I'm sure I could
work out a proper set of access rights, but haven't had time.


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