Old 17th April 2007, 13:26
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Default Problem with ISPConfig User

Dear all,

i have some problem using my installed ispconfig, the problem is:
i have domain www.test.com user : bm5_test
when i access /var/www/web5/web i look file with permission for bm5_test with group web5, but when i access www.test.com it show that application error (nb: ruby on rails apps). after try some test i found that my apps will run correctly if i set permission to www-data:web5.

Is there any mistake i made? why i can't using default configuration from ispconfig (file with permission bm5_test:web5).

thanx for any response.
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Old 17th April 2007, 13:31
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The permissions in ISPConfig are fine. Maybe you uploaded your rails application with wrong permissions, the files must be world readable, otherwise the apache process will not be able to read them.
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