Apache virtual servers permissions and users?
alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de
Tue Feb 10 14:03:08 UTC 2004
Am Di, den 10.02.2004 schrieb WipeOut um 14:48:
> Simon Bell wrote:
> >The way I work this is to chown /var/www/www.domain.com to the user/group of
> >the person who's website the domain related to. Then in the users
> >/home/username/ directory i create a symbolic link to there
> >/var/www/www.domain.com directory. Users only have access to there own
> >website directories and ive never had any problems with permissions.
> That sounds workable, I will give it a try..
Why not just creating the vhosts DocumentRoot inside the users home
directories like "/home/$user/www/html". The DocumentRoot for the vhosts
does not have to be where the DocumentRoot of the main server is.
If you use scponly from
you can setup your user permission so that they can not cruise through
your whole system using the SSH access. They are chrooted inside their
$HOME and can whatever they need to do for setting up their web site.
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