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Discussion in 'Security' started by nicky115, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. nicky115

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    hi the is there away of setting file and folder permissions when a account is created as i have to change all permissions my self
     
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    If Apache is compiled with SuPHP you wouldn't have to do this.
     
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    yes it is compiled with SuPUP but still does it
     
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    Mod SuPHP right
     
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    Hello :)

    Could you clarify which permissions and ownership values you have to change? When using suPHP as the default handler for PHP, what error messages are you receiving?

    Thank you.
     
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    error 500 on accounts i have to you a permission fix script every time i create new account or add new folder
     
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    i take it no one knows how to solve this
     
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    I'm sure many do. Have you considered opened a ticket to cPanel Support? From your WHM, top left corner is a Support menu. On there find the Contact cPanel link. If SuPHP is working properly this shouldn't be happening I don't think. You opened this thread 2 weeks ago. Tickets are answered much quicker than posts on these forums.
     
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    Also, please check your private messages here:
    http://forums.cpanel.net/private.php

    I've sent you a note about updating your email address. I see by my reply today here that this is still not sorted out on your end.

    Thanks!
     
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