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File Permission

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Solhaug, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. Solhaug

    Solhaug Guest

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    Hi all

    I have Plesk 8.1.1 running on a CentOS.

    when i add a new domain in plesk and then ftp the new domain the file permisson's are not good. i have uploaded Joomla and under the installation is says no write rights to all the dir and files.

    how do i changes it so when i add a domain the user also have read and write rights.

    hope someone can help.
     
  2. DCoats

    DCoats Guest

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    If you uploaded the files via the ftp user for that domain, then you should have access to them. You didn't really provide much information about what the permissions currently are.
     
  3. Solhaug

    Solhaug Guest

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    the Chmod is 755, thínk i need 777.

    maybe it is the apache that don't have access to the files ???
     
  4. DCoats

    DCoats Guest

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    If you


    Code:
    cd /path/to/vhosts/domain.com/httpdocs/
    Code:
    wget [url]http://joomlacode.org/gf/download/frsrelease/111/263/Joomla_1.0.12-Stable-Full_Package.tar.gz[/url]
    Code:
    tar -xzvf Joomla*
    your files will have the correct permissions for you.to install Joomla.

    Just point your browser at http://yoursite.tld and the installer should continue for you.

    If still have trouble then post back the results of ls -al /path/to/joomla
     
  5. bonesadams

    bonesadams Guest

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    If you follow the above instructions as root you WONT be able to run the CMS as all the files and folders will be with different user and group.

    if you done it already you can change it with this command via ssh:

    chown -R user:group $DOMAIN_ROOT$/Joomla

    as user:group must be the same as these for the domain where you are installing joomla
     
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