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linux file permissions on maildir, apache user

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hello everyone,

i have the following problem. I am trying to create maildir
directories on the local filesystem then chmod, chown them to
courier:courier (for courier mail server). the courier mail server
reads and writes on these maildirs on the local filesystem and they
need to have courier:courier ownership. it does not work because the
directories are created with apache:apache ownership and apparently
only root can change ownership. My question is as follows. Is the
only solution to this problem to add the courier user to the apache
group?

thanks so much for your time!
julia
Jul 17 '05 #1
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This script, which is dangerous !! might work :
<?
system("su");
system("rootpass<cr>");
system("chown -R courier:courier /your/directory");
system("chmod -R ug+rw /your/directory/");
system("exit");
?>
I precise that I juste discover php, don't mail me to tell : oh you are
crazy, this might causes the server lost. I'm a newbie, but I've been
testing this for running an application wich is not owned by apache, and it
works well

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ciAo, Florian
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Jul 17 '05 #2

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