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From Giovanni <giubb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: error http 500 while uploading files
Date Thu, 10 Apr 2014 08:45:56 GMT
howdy!
So, in a nutshell, all I have to do is set the ownership to nobody, group
to nogroup, permissions to  mode 771
..right?


2014-04-10 0:33 GMT+02:00 Maxim Solodovnik <solomax666@gmail.com>:

> Actually it depends on answer: "which user are you using to start red5"
>
> Usually we all start it using nobody user to not being hacked :)
> On Apr 9, 2014 3:58 PM, "Giovanni" <giubbasa@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Don't worry, until now I'm working on a pc in LAN that I use as
>> playground, before doing the same changes on the actual remote server.
>> I noticed that 770 works as well, but it doesn't convince me leaving the
>> ownership to nobody.
>> Which user should be owning the folder? What group should have rwx
>> privileges? root? www-data? Tomorrow I'm gonna try again.
>> thank you Alvaro!
>>
>>
>>
>> 2014-04-09 18:59 GMT+02:00 Alvaro <zurcamos@gmail.com>:
>>
>>>
>>> Giovanni, 777 is not the solution, would be security
>>> problems, but is a hope to see that works!
>>>
>>> About LibreOffice be sure every path is right in
>>>
>>> Administration --> Configuration
>>>
>>> * path to jod converter
>>> * path to LibreOffice...exemple /usr/lib/lireoffice
>>>
>>> :)
>>>
>>> ....................
>>>
>>> El mié, 09-04-2014 a las 16:54 +0200, Giovanni escribió:
>>> > I gave 777 and it works...I get other errors while dropping
>>> > libreoffice files but dropping images works!
>>> >
>>> > I think I should give the proper ownership to the folder...I'll try
>>> > www-data ! good tip man, thank you
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > 2014-04-09 16:25 GMT+02:00 Alvaro <zurcamos@gmail.com>:
>>> >         ...after nobody user...do you restart red5?
>>> >
>>> >         Try give permissions: 775 or 777 to prove
>>> >         and if is nothing, return to the normal permissions.
>>> >
>>> >         If make an upgrade do it with OM 3.0.1:
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> https://builds.apache.org/view/M-R/view/OpenMeetings/job/Openmeetings%
>>> >         203.0.x/
>>> >
>>> >         .............
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >         El mié, 09-04-2014 a las 14:52 +0200, Giovanni escribió:
>>> >         > I had OM 2.2 before, and it worked flawlessly...I don't know
>>> >         what's
>>> >         > wrong with this!
>>> >         >
>>> >         > I updated because the administrator might be doing some
>>> >         configuration
>>> >         > from an IPad, and OM has just the rooms running on flash.
>>> >         >
>>> >         > Reading other mails, it seems that this happens when OM
>>> >         can't
>>> >         > find/access the folder in which the conversion from
>>> >         test/office/photo
>>> >         > to "jpeg for the board" are temporarily stored, but nobody
>>> >         made clear
>>> >         > which is it in OM3.0.0....
>>> >         >
>>> >         >
>>> >         >
>>> >         >
>>> >         > 2014-04-09 12:50 GMT+02:00 Alvaro <zurcamos@gmail.com>:
>>> >         >
>>> >         >         ...i think so Giovanni,
>>> >         >         For me it was the solution to upload avatar image,
>>> >         upload
>>> >         >         file in conference room....on OM 2.2
>>> >         >
>>> >         >         Regards
>>> >         >
>>> >         >         .................
>>> >         >
>>> >         >         El mié, 09-04-2014 a las 12:35 +0200, Giovanni
>>> >         escribió:
>>> >         >         > Hi alvaro! Thank you for your interest!
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         > I just tried but it didn't work..
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         > do you think is a good idea changing the ownersip
>>> >         to
>>> >         >         "nobody" instead
>>> >         >         > of "_red5"-user ?
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         >  regards
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         > 2014-04-09 12:02 GMT+02:00 Alvaro
>>> >         <zurcamos@gmail.com>:
>>> >         >         >         Hi Giovanni,
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         Do you made: chown -R
>>> >         >         nobody /your_path_OM_installation/
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         For me it was the solution.
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         Regards
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         Alvaro
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         ..........................
>>> >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         El mié, 09-04-2014 a las 11:49 +0200,
>>> >         Giovanni
>>> >         >         escribió:
>>> >         >         >         > Hello!
>>> >         >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         > I installed OM 3.0.0 on a Ubuntu
12.04
>>> >         server:
>>> >         >         everything
>>> >         >         >         works fine,
>>> >         >         >         > but as I try to upload whatever file
to
>>> >         a board
>>> >         >         during a
>>> >         >         >         meeting, I
>>> >         >         >         > just get a box that reports an "http
500
>>> >         error".
>>> >         >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         > I'm sure that the conversion software
is
>>> >         properly
>>> >         >         installed
>>> >         >         >         and OM is
>>> >         >         >         > set to point at the right paths.
>>> >         >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         > What should I check?
>>> >         >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         > Reading the files
>>> >         >         >         > /usr/lib/red5/log/openmeetings.log
>>> >         >         >         > /var/log/red5/openmeetings.log
>>> >         >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         > doesn't help, since no new entries
were
>>> >         added...
>>> >         >         >         >
>>> >         >         >         > Cheers!
>>> >         >         >         >
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>>> >         >
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