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Subject cvs commit: httpd-2.0/docs/manual suexec.html
Date Sun, 12 May 2002 23:53:42 GMT
rbowen      02/05/12 16:53:42

  Modified:    docs/manual suexec.html
  The suexec arguments now start with --with.
  Note that there are also two arguments missing, according to ./configure
  --help. Specifically, --with-suexec-bin and --with-suexec-umask. Can I
  can add those in, if desired, but if someone more familiar with it could
  do so, perhaps it would be a little more descriptive.
  Obtained from: #apache on
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.27      +9 -9      httpd-2.0/docs/manual/suexec.html
  Index: suexec.html
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-2.0/docs/manual/suexec.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.26
  retrieving revision 1.27
  diff -u -r1.26 -r1.27
  --- suexec.html	14 Oct 2001 15:35:04 -0000	1.26
  +++ suexec.html	12 May 2002 23:53:42 -0000	1.27
  @@ -384,17 +384,17 @@
         <dd>This option enables the suEXEC feature which is never
         installed or activated by default. At least one
  -      --suexec-xxxxx option has to be provided together with the
  +      --with-suexec-xxxxx option has to be provided together with the
         --enable-suexec option to let APACI accept your request for
         using the suEXEC feature.</dd>
  -      <dt><code>--suexec-caller=<em>UID</em></code></dt>
  +      <dt><code>--with-suexec-caller=<em>UID</em></code></dt>
         <dd>The <a href="mod/mpm_common.html#user">username</a> under which
         Apache normally runs. This is the only user allowed to
         execute this program.</dd>
  -      <dt><code>--suexec-docroot=<em>DIR</em></code></dt>
  +      <dt><code>--with-suexec-docroot=<em>DIR</em></code></dt>
         <dd>Define as the DocumentRoot set for Apache. This will be
         the only hierarchy (aside from UserDirs) that can be used for
  @@ -404,7 +404,7 @@
         "/home/apache/htdocs" is used as document root for the suEXEC
  -      <dt><code>--suexec-logfile=<em>FILE</em></code></dt>
  +      <dt><code>--with-suexec-logfile=<em>FILE</em></code></dt>
         <dd>This defines the filename to which all suEXEC
         transactions and errors are logged (useful for auditing and
  @@ -412,7 +412,7 @@
         "suexec_log" and located in your standard logfile directory
  -      <dt><code>--suexec-userdir=<em>DIR</em></code></dt>
  +      <dt><code>--with-suexec-userdir=<em>DIR</em></code></dt>
         <dd>Define to be the subdirectory under users' home
         directories where suEXEC access should be allowed. All
  @@ -430,19 +430,19 @@
         this is not defined properly, "~userdir" cgi requests will
         not work!</strong></dd>
  -      <dt><code>--suexec-uidmin=<em>UID</em></code></dt>
  +      <dt><code>--with-suexec-uidmin=<em>UID</em></code></dt>
         <dd>Define this as the lowest UID allowed to be a target user
         for suEXEC. For most systems, 500 or 100 is common. Default
         value is 100.</dd>
  -      <dt><code>--suexec-gidmin=<em>GID</em></code></dt>
  +      <dt><code>--with-suexec-gidmin=<em>GID</em></code></dt>
         <dd>Define this as the lowest GID allowed to be a target
         group for suEXEC. For most systems, 100 is common and
         therefore used as default value.</dd>
  -      <dt><code>--suexec-safepath=<em>PATH</em></code></dt>
  +      <dt><code>--with-suexec-safepath=<em>PATH</em></code></dt>
         <dd>Define a safe PATH environment to pass to CGI
         executables. Default value is
  @@ -550,7 +550,7 @@
       <h3><a id="debug" name="debug">Debugging suEXEC</a></h3>
       <p align="LEFT">The suEXEC wrapper will write log information
  -    to the file defined with the --suexec-logfile option as
  +    to the file defined with the --with-suexec-logfile option as
       indicated above. If you feel you have configured and installed
       the wrapper properly, have a look at this log and the error_log
       for the server to see where you may have gone astray.</p>

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