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Old 19th March 2009, 22:56
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Default ISPConfig 3: root site directory not writable

Is there an automatic way to make all root site directories writable (/var/www/clients/GID/UID)
Now the owner of /var/www/clients/GID/UID is root instead of user (UID).

The problem with this kind of setup is that the user can not write to the root directory and is force to put all config and library files in web directory.
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