I'm new to Apache. I'm using a version 2.4 for Windows 7. It didn't come in as an .msi so I had to configure the appropriate web-server name via the httpd text document.
Each time I go to http://localhost, I am present with a page with the content "It works." I tried adding a different .html file into the directory to see if I could access that also, but I was not able to navigate to it via the address bar. So I edited the content of index.html from 'It works!' to "It works?!!!" but sadly, the actual page is still showing 'It works!' for its content (Rather ironic, huh?).
So, for whatever reason, the actual 'localhost' page isn't updating or even noticing any of my edits in what I presume to be the correct directory.
Until recently i had never used a Linux server, as i used to have a windows server. I now have a Linux VPS
I am now at my wits end with file permission problems
I use Joomla a lot for my websites, and i also develop and program many modules and components for it, but at the moment every time i upload a module (which is a zip file with php files that is put onto the server in the right place via php) it sets the ownership to "nobody" rather than the username so i cant access it via ftp, as it says you don't have permission or the file may not exist.
Is there anyway the server can be set so it will by default set the file to have an owner name that will allow ftp access to it without me having to learn SSH Putty (which is all i have done today) or contacting my hosting company every time?
I am spending more of my time with these permission problems than doing my work, it driving me barmy!
I'm using WAMP and IIS for the first time so bear with me if I overlooked something obvious.
I have a simple script that creates a few files and then attempts to move them to a subdirectory. I am getting a permission denied error when attempting to move the scripts in WAMP. I am uncertain how to set directory permissions in WAMP. I am also unsure how this will affect the script when I migrate it to an IIS server.
I'm using wsftp checking permissions in domain.net in this directory: /public_html/mambots/content/plugin_jw_sig
through wsftp i saw chmod 755 but when i try to delete this directory appears with 550 and i can't delete it
So i used File Manager tool in Cpanel, selected directory to erase it, seems like was done, but when i refresh page the directory it's still there, so i try to change permissions because apparently it has 755 but i can't do anything with it, so when i click button to change permission i got an error message [a fatal error or timeout occurred while processing this directive]
Then i go trough wsftp to check again and this directory it's still there
At some point, not sure when, PHPMyAdmin's (as accessed through the admin panel by clicking on a customer, manage hosting, databases, etc) permissions have changed such that I cannot view, edit or add MySQL routines/procedures. This appears to have occurred system-wide, though I have not checked every database on the server.
Is there a fix to get the permissions set so that I can make these changes again?
I believe the product we are using is Parallels Operations Automation.
We have a customer that we want to be able to give the right to unlock user accounts. The only way to do this seems to be to enable "Billing" as one of the privileges. Unfortunately this gives them more access than we really want to. Is there some trick we can use to give this user only these rights?
I'm SURE this is me being stupid but I cannot find where to change folder permissions in the new Plesk interface?
I go to the file manager but all I have are the basic file/folder operations (Create, Delete, Upload File, etc) - I can't find anywhere to change permissions on the folders to give the MYSERVER_IUSR permission, etc.
I've recently started experiencing some issues where files uploaded through Joomla or some other scripts (mostly PHP) inherit a permission of 600. Prior to updates being done on the server I'm hosted on, uploaded files received 644 permissions and all things worked great.
I've checked the umask that assigned to the shell (022) and have ruled out that as a problem.
I am running Plesk 11.5.30 on CentOS and trying to change the default permissions of the /httpdocs folder and the skeleton site that is in .skel/0/httpdocs that appears when a domain is created. I have failed to find the event that I need to use to trigger the command.
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.