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Apart of apache group, yet still can't upload to /var/www/

  • Posted on January 27, 2013
  • gorracAsked by gorrac

I’ve been ignoring this issue for now by using root in filezilla, but how can i get my other users to make uploads and changes?


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I’m having the same issue and haven’t been able to resolve it using any suggestions here or elsewhere. My user is part of the admin and www-data groups and /var/www/* is all owned by www-data, but I can’t upload or modify anything. Logging in as root works, but I’d like to avoid that. <br> <br>If it matters, I’m using Transmit, the Mac GUI.

@p_ingram3541: Run <pre>sudo chgrp www-data /path/to/dir <br>sudo chmod g+s /path/to/dir <br>cd /path/to/dir <br>sudo umask 002</pre> <br>Does that fix it?

Got a similar issue. I use winscp. I can add, delete and modify files and folders with my non-root user but any new files or folders I create/upload I cannot change ownership from my non-root user to www-data, I get permission denied. I have always have to open a terminal to chown which is a bit of a pain. Any way around this?