Support Call: 363
RID mission reporter
FA Licah Fox
FA Joshua Hawkins
Dec 27, 2007
It seems this is not setting the directory to rf:psacln or chmod 777. I have to manually go in there and fix this.
I do not know what the problem is, but it's getting annoying to have to manually go in there and update this. Why don't I have to do this with VSG? it's the same file.
Sep 07, 2008
New tour same problem. The reporter sets the owner:group to apache:apache, not rf:psalcn. I went in and manually added all the directories and fixed it. We should look into this some day. (VA Joshua Hawkins)
Sep 07, 2008
Php scripts run via the web browser will always be apache:apache, and files created by those scripts can't be chown()ed via the browser. chmod 777 might work, but is slightly unsafe - the better solution, which I think is what VSG did, is to create all the future directories manually using FTP - this probably only takes 5 minutes or less, once per tour. (RA Licah Fox)
Sep 17, 2008
New files and directories will always be created with apache:apache under our current web server setup - the reporter should not worry about creating directories. A person (anyone with ftp access to that unit) needs to go in manually via FTP beforehand to create the directories and set permissions. (RA Licah Fox)