Permissions of ` sites / default / files ` and `regiuni.info` Open. Muffinman opened this Issue on Sep 26, 2016 · 5 comments.
Specifically default / files / (also sub directories?), regiuni.info . Create the directory. mkdir sites / default / files # Now set the group to the Apache....
Sites default files wheatptent - traveling SeoulOK so if you see permissions like this:. Please let me know whether it is a known bug. I'm not sure how much it matters though. Please be patient with me because I am in over my head, but... That was also on the production site only. Setting up the files directory. On Ubuntu, these are the commands to get that set up:..
Run these commands as root:. If it's a different computer, your account on it might be very different. Here's how it works:. Ideally you will be able to change the "owner" of the directory files to match the name of the Web server. Are these normal permissions? Even if you don't have read permission! Every user human, etc has an account on the computer.
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Since we log in as our example user before copying in Drupal, our file ownership and permissions should automatically be properly configured on all the core Drupal files and scripts including. This will mask whatever the regular Unix permissions are showing. Also, pre-packaging this with something like regiuni.info so we can easily manage our environment specific dependencies would be amazing. Not very flexible NOT adaptive to the various user environments since regardless the environment this seems to be a common issue. Each time I am running the Administer dashboard i.