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How to give apache ownership rights when creating a new file? [Centos 6]

So, is it possible to make multiple users the owner of a file when created? I mean, I know you can do chown -R apache:permissions /var/www/ (48:500) but that is only temporary because even if I decide ...
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How do I change permissions on a directory

I'm using CentOS and I would like to know how to change permissions on a folder with multiple files in it. I have used the following commands on the folder as root (Let's say folder =A) : chmod ...
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ACL's Centos Linux - Not being inherited

Trying to work out the needed ACL's... OS is Centos Linux Situation: Folder called home. User called user1 and User called user2. user1 owns folder home, user2 has RWX to home also. With ACL's Im ...
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Group member cannot create files/directories in folder

I'm trying to set up my Linux server and I managed to get stuck at this point: I created a group called 'gitusers' and added a user to it (let's call him 'foo') I created a folder called 'website' I ...
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Proper permissions with vsftp on CentOS

I recently migrated from Apache on shared server to nginx on a VPS. I installed and configured vsftp in a manner that whenever I add a new user on server, its accessible by ftp. Now to problem is ...
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what's the meaning of “?” in file/folder mode bits in CentOS 6.4?

Environment: 2 desktops. A is a Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS B is a CentOS 6.4 A mounts B's folder via sshfs. The output of 'mount' in A: Lebian@zeus:/share on /mnt/share type fuse.sshfs ...
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None of my directories are writable

Argh help lol I have ran a chown command (silly me) which I did not fully understand now when I connect via filezilla and try do anything write/delete files/directories I get Error: mkdir ...
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Permission denied httpd webrequest to perl

Sorry for the somewhat confusing title, and my lacking English. Now we have that out of the way my question: I have httpd - Apache/2.2.15 on a CentOs virtual machine. This is running Seccubus, with ...
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Give developer access to dev site only

Okay, so I've got our web user for the live site, also the cpanel user, and a new user develop. Our site path goes: /home/user/public_html/dev I need to give user develop permissions to write ONLY ...
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Why does group permission hide other permission?

I just noticed that on Centos 4, a file's group permissions hide the other permissions if you are a member of the group. I would think they would be OR(ed) together? For example: drwx---r-x 1 ...
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More Linux permissions questions

I've read countless articles on the topic and searched through every question and answer I could find without any luck. I'm slowly going mad so I'm turning to you guys since I know the answer to my ...
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Linux User Permissions?

I have two users, user1 and user2 which are both in a group matching their user name. I'd like both users to have full r/w/x permissions on all of each other's files as default without having to CHMOD ...
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about Linux read/write only permissions

My question looks similar to another thread: Linux directory permissions read write but not delete Here, I want to create a directory where I can give the permissions like: A user can create/upload ...