Originally Posted by till
Thsts a common pronblem. Either you must make the directorys world writable, which is pretty insecure or you must run PHP as php-cgi with suexec or with the mod_suphp wrapper.
did I get that right? If I want the webserver being able to read/write PHP and directories I have to make them world read/writable?
I installed ISPConfig a few days ago and it seemed to be a good system to me. But now I have some Problems:
1. I have to configure an open_basedir other than the users root itself. I solved that, by inserting it by hand in /root/ispconfig/scripts/lib/config.lib.php line 1363 (Version 2.2.3).
2. The permission problem: I don't want my webroots to be world readable least of all world writable. ISPConfig resets the permissions some way, but I'm not shure what it does and when. My favourite setup would be
/var/www/webX 775 webX_admin:webX
/var/www/webX/web 770 www-data:webX
/var/www/webX/web/all-dirs 770 www-data:webX
/var/www/webX/web/all-files 660 www-data:webX
Could one of the developers please write in short what ISPConfig does?
Thanks a lot!