A Definitive Answer To File/Folder Permissions For Apache?


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Hi,
I'm currently setting up a new server and having doubts about
my file/folder permission settings again - no matter how much I
research this, I never get what I would consider to be a comprehensive
answer on the subject as the posts I've read all seem to contradict
each other in slightly different ways, so I'd appreciate some input
from the experts here please
First, the set-up:
1. I'm
using CentOS and Apache is running as "apache".
2. There's only
one site running on the server, and the document root is
"/var/www/html".
3. I also have aliases to phpMyAdmin and Xcache,
which live outside the web root in directories like
"/usr/share/phpMyAdmin",
Hi,
I'm currently setting up a new server and having doubts about
my file/folder permission settings again - no matter how much I
research this, I never get what I would consider to be a comprehensive
answer on the subject as the posts I've read all seem to contradict
each other in slightly different ways, so I'd appreciate some input
from the experts here please
First, the set-up:
1. I'm
using CentOS and Apache is running as "apache".
2. There's only
one site running on the server, and the document root is
"/var/www/html".
3. I also have aliases to phpMyAdmin and Xcache,
which live outside the web root in directories like
"/usr/share/phpMyAdmin",
Linux
Okay, I feel that I have to ask this question after looking
through so many threads already attempting to answer this question
giving a whole plethora of answers to probably the most fundamental
request of so many webmasters.
How do I center all webcontent
horizontally and vertically that works with all browsers IE5, IE6,
Safari, Firefox, Mozilla and on both Macs and PCs and is either
transitional HTML 4.01, transitional XHTML 1.0, or strict HTML4.01 or
strict XHTML1.0?
I don't care if it uses CSS or tables or
anything. If this is not possible to do with any of these doctypes,
then I will stick with not using doctypes and nesting a table within a
table and
Web Development
There seems to be confusion about whether OVI will support wallpapers
and sceensavers.
The answer in the Publishing FlashLite to Ovi
thread was:
[COLOR="Sienna"]
Originally Posted by
mobileperry
"Flash content that will be supported are only
applications, meaning SWF files that are packaged as either as a SIS
or NFL and are opened using the standalone player on supported
devices.
Flash content (SWF files) that can be used for
screensavers and wallpapers will not be supported in Ovi Store. />So to answer your question, if your Flash content is a SWF file
that's a screensaver or wallpaper then you won't be able to submit it.
Mobile Programming

I know that ++a is faster than a++ because a++ has to first store
the previous value of a at some temporary location and then increment
a and then return the saved value, whereas ++a simply increments a and
returns the pointer to the incremented value.

Since, both a++
and ++a are using a=a+1 as an intermediate step, wouldn't using a=a+1
itself be faster than a++ or ++a ?(since we're not returning an
pointer here)

What about a+=1 ? Is it translated simply to
a=a+1 and does this have a speed penalty.

There is a lot of
confusion as I see it, on the net. Plz help

C & C++ & C#
Hi Folks
been running ubuntu/apache for some time now, and have
finally decided to fix a long outstanding "issue". Issue in
that it's me who doesn't know how to do something rather than Ubuntu
being broken.
Consider the scenario:
1. Apache with websites
residing in
/var/www/www.domain.com/public_html />/var/www/www.domain.com/logs
etc.
Rinse and repeat for all
vhosts.
With the default install of Apache/PHP on Ubuntu the
apache web server runs as www-data, however the permissions on
/var/www are for root:root.
To get around this I have made the
following ownership changes on
Ubuntu
Hello,
I am working at a webbased file browser, where users will
be able to access, rename, delete, etc files and folders. My question
is, what is the best way to handle permissions / authentication with
apache? Basically what I am searching for is something that works
roughly the same as the windows integrated authentication, where the
commands executed on server-side are executed as the user with witch
the session was authenticated and hence access is controlled by the
usual file/folder permissions. So essentially, is there an
authentication method that uses local users of the server and their
passwords as credentials?
Thanks for any help!
smani
Ubuntu

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