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From "Takacs Istvan" <istvan.tak...@hungax.com>
Subject suEXEC on PHP files?
Date Sun, 30 Dec 2001 12:07:42 GMT
Hi

We develop a commercial site on Apache 1.3.22, PHP 4.1.0
and Red Hat Linux 7.2
In the Apache documentation I read something about the
suEXEC program.
In our site, we have to enable to our users to upload some
files via their browser.
They have an own directory structure under 
htdocs/company/comp1.. comp2... and so on.
Can we use suEXEC somehow to protect the contents of their
directories from the other users?
I'm not sure, that it's a good question, because as I see
every files get the nobody UID as the owner.
Can I protect these files after all?

Thanks in advace!

Regards,

                  Istvan 

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