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Re: Problem with permissions

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2004-07-21 11:19:22 CEST

Jano wrote:
> The repository is accessed via Apache2, which is run under the nobody
> disabled account. Hence, the repository is owned by nobody since it
> doesn't work otherwise.
> I would want to run the script not under the root account, if possible.
> Is there something I can do, or have I some misconfiguration in place?

I think that the user 'nobody' should never own any files or directories. I
can imagine that this user intentionally can't create temporary files, which
would probably mess up the BDB access.
As far as Apache is concerned, isn't it normal to run that as user 'www' or
'www-data'? I think that would also be right in your case, i.e. let the
repository be owned by that instead of 'nobody'.


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