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Hi Linux / CentOS 5 / Apache Guru's.
I'm looking for a quick fix for setting my file permissions and more importantlly (group) ownerships right on my Linux CentOS VPS.. The thing is, I know how to manually change group ownerships and file permissions by logging in using Putty, but the PHP CMS system (TYPO3) we use to build websites in keeps changing the file ownership and permissions (for example when installing a new extension from within the CMS system) which causes my FTP user account not to function properly anymore.. Even worse, it causes the websites we build to slow down with 10 seconds per page load because the system tries to write images it isn't allowed to write anymore... This is a very unlikable situation.
What I need is this:
A correct setup of groups and ownerships so that both Apache, the CMS system (also apache?), and my FTP accounts can work together in co-existence while preserving a safe environment towards the public.. This is driving us crazy and a quick fix...
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