I have recently switched from Ubuntu to Mint because I would like to enjoy out of the box functionality. I installed Apache, PHP and Mysql. When I go to localhost, the page displays correctly indicating that the server is functioning. In /var/www/html I created devPages. In devPages I created a symlink to a directory in my home directory where I keep all of my html/php files.
When I point my browser to http://localhost/devPages/1/ I get "You don't have permission to access /devPages/1/ on this server". This appears to be a permissions/ownership issue. I don't want to change the permissions for the directory or files in the home directory because they are set to work properly on my production server. Is there a way to get apache to accept files in my home directory?
I have set owner and group for devPages and the symlink to www-data. Set permissions to 755 for devPages.
By the way, under Ubuntu, I have always used a symlink and it always worked without any issues.
I want to move the entire contents of a directory tree to another directory.
So for example we may have a directory with 15 directories inside, each directory contains files itself. I want to copy all the files from the directory tree into another directory located somewhere else one the file system. I want only the "files" to end up in the other directory and not the file structure too.
As some of you may have noticed I have just signed up with Hawk Host. I had a question about the way the name your home directory. Lets say my full name is Chad Hawk. They have named my home directory /home/chadhaw . Is it normal for them to leave out the last letter of my last name or is that a typo. Or for that matter does it matter at all.
I am using Windows Server 2003 SP2 Standard Edition. I have installed Active directory and created users and their home folders. Everything works fine except a problem.
When a user from the domain uses the UNC to connect to the server, it shows the shared folder. The user can view and change all other users files, home directory etc. The user can browse all the folders.
I need it to be setup so that the user can only view his own home folder and files and not others. Also when using UNC to browse the server, I want an administrator authentication even if the user is from the same domain.
Here are my current permissions.
NTFS Root folder permission ================================= Administrators - Full Control CREATOR OWNER - Special Permission System - Full Control Domain Users - Read & Execute, List Contents, Read, Special Permissions.
Share permission of root folder ================================ Domain Users - Read
NTFS Permission for user home folders ===================================== Created User - Full Control Administrators - Full Control CREATOR OWNER - Special Permission System - Full Control Domain Users - Read & Execute, List Contents, Read, Special Permissions.
The /home/virtfs directory is something I haven't seen before, and it contained two directories belonging to two accounts on the server.
Does anyone know why these directories would be created or what they are for? The bit of reading I've done on this so far mentions that these directories will be created as a result of jailed SSH, but neither of those two accounts have ever had jailed SSH enabled.
removed and added the user again repairing in between. I have manually tried creating the user folder under default/6/localuser/username and setting permissions. I have checked the local windows account and the home directory is fine.
All old accounts create previously work fine. I could at least connect on the master FTP site with the local user folder but then it was read only.
I want to move the data directory to another partition on all nodes. Apache (vhost), IIS (vhost), MySQL (databases) and Postfix (mailbox content). What's the correct way to do this without breaking functionality of PPA?
I am trying to install Apache + PHP on Windows XP SP2. I managed to get Apache working. However, when I setup PHP and tried to access a page with <?php phpinfo(); ?> it displayed nothing but a blank page. When I viewed the source is showed the PHP, therefore it was not parsed...
I have checked and double checked my paths, I have tried doing it as a module and cgi, I have read tutorial after tutorial and I cannot get it to function properly.
There is a page on a separate SharePoint environment, under http://domain.edu/yyy/yyy/yyy/yyy. We have a subdomain called http://123.domain. edu . We need the home page of http://123.domain,edu to point to the SharePoint site, so when users type http://123.domain.edu , they are redirected to http://domain.edu/yyy/yyy/yyy/yyy.
The trick is this - we need all sub-directories NOT to redirect. So, whatever is under http://123.domain.edu/subdirectory should not redirect at all. Is this doable? Also, if it is, I have no clue where to go to make any changes, so any instructions would be great. So far, I have found the text file httpd.conf that I can edit, but I have no clue about the rest.