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Subject [users@httpd] Re: When suexec won't log
Date Wed, 07 Jun 2006 21:40:59 GMT
"Joshua Slive" <> writes:

> Check the group ownership.  If the apache user is in the group that
> owns suexec, then group execute permissions are enough.

 Ahh yes it was set `root apache' but when I do that on my home setup
 then I an execute cgi in public_html as user but as my program tries
 to access other files it fails.

That is:
-rwx--x---  1 root apache 10880 May 31 15:09 /usr/sbin/suexec2

 I can execute cgi but later on in the running program I get errors
 like this:

Exception 435: unable to open image `image-cache/Sample Album/Orange
 Flower_disp100.jpg': Permission denied at / line 696.

But with:
  -rwx--x--x  1 root root 10880 May 31 15:09 /usr/sbin/suexec2

It works fine.  All that changed is the permission shown above.

Does require an apache restart.

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