I wanted to restrict my SFTP users to their home folders only. So, after so many research and attempts, I found this question which successfully allowed me to chroot them in their folders. Now, my ...
I am setting up Apache hosting multiple sub-domains with different developers. There is a folder for each sub-domain, and I want to have a group that is able to write and edit these files (developer ...
I just installed an Ubuntu 12.04 server in a dedicated box to host 2 sites I have, under one site there is a folder, lets call it /aaaaa and I want to create a user that have full rights under this ...
I have scouted over many websites and forums on how to setup an SFTP user that is jailed to a certain directory using CHROOT. Here are the steps I have followed but I can't seem to get write ...
I know this question has popped up a couple times, but I can't seem to find a definitive answer to my issue, so please bear with me. I have Ubuntu Server 12.04 setup in VirtualBox for PHP development ...
I have a pretty standard server set up running Apache and PHP. An app I am running creates files and these are owned by the Apache user www-data. Files that I upload via SFTP are owned by my own user ...