[CentOS] change owner

Ryan Wagoner rswagoner at gmail.com
Sun Apr 4 14:45:26 UTC 2010


Do an ls -lha public_html  in the user's folder and look what group
the files are owned by. Then do chown username:group -R public_html.

Ryan

2010/4/2 cahit Eyigünlü <cahit.eyigunlu at gmail.com>:
> the main problem that i have copied files directly to public_html folder and
> it is returnin 500 internal error now ,
> and i need to allow the web user of this folder to read write content of
> this folder
>
> 2010/4/3 Niki Kovacs <contact at kikinovak.net>
>>
>> cahit Eyigünlü a écrit :
>> > do you mean that for example a folder of root will be owned by cccc
>> > chown -R root:cccc /path/*
>> >
>>
>> I think it would be wise to read some basic *nix documentation.
>> Something like :
>>
>> * Linux Cookbook (Carla Schroder)
>> * Definitive Guide to CentOS
>> * Foundations of CentOS
>> * Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Administration
>>
>> It's not much use trying to fly a plane by pushing all the buttons and
>> see what they do. This advice is meant in a friendly way.
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Niki
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