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Plesk/suPHP/Joomla permissions problem

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by JamieRW, Nov 26, 2009.

  1. JamieRW

    JamieRW Guest

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    Hi,

    I thought I had it figured out but now I'm not so sure... I need assurance/alternative suggestions to resolve before this drives me insane.

    Plesk 9.2.3
    Debian 4.0
    Apache 2.2.3
    PHP 5.2.0-8+etch16
    suPHP 0.6.2
    Joomla 1.5.15

    Issue
    New installations of Joomla extensions have what I believe to be incorrect file/folder permissions for Plesk/suPHP and Joomla to work correctly. They default to 644/755 but these files/folders appear unwritable to Joomla. So I chmod'd them to 664/775 and Joomla seems happy. Obviously this is an issue as Joomla is unable to manage new files/folders on the fly so I would like suPHP to apply permissions of 664/775 by default.

    However I have also been told suPHP and Joomla should work correctly with permissions of 644/755. Have I just configured suPHP incorrectly?

    Changing security options in suPHP.conf doesn't seem to do anything or do I need to change the unmask value to default to 664/775?

    suPHP.conf
    vhosts.conf
    Any help to resolve once and for all would be most appreciated, j.

    [GLOBAL MOD PLSE CHANGE FORUM SETTINGS TO USE 'LOGIN' NAME NOT REAL NAME!]
     
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