Apache with mod_perl: user and group?

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by angela, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. angela

    angela New Member

    Hi,

    I'm migrating some websites from an old RaQ550 running BlueQuartz to ISPConfig3 and currently am in the process of checking some Perl cgi scripts.

    One script tries to save a grabbed image prior to slicing but fails. The image is grabbed successfully, however. I suspect the error is because of directory permissions. On the RaQ550 the Directory had apache as owner and group.

    What is the equivalent on ISPConfig?

    I've got all these users:-
    root
    daemon
    bin
    sys
    sync
    games
    man
    lp
    mail
    news
    uucp
    proxy
    www-data
    backup
    list
    irc
    gnats
    nobody
    libuuid
    syslog
    sshd
    landscape
    administrator
    ntp
    mysql
    postfix
    clamav
    amavis
    bind
    vmail
    getmail
    ispapps
    ispconfig
    web1
    web2
    web3

    and currently user:web2 with group:client0 fails. I'm looking for a 'generic' group and user that will work system wide. (I'm missing apache both as group and user!)

    Final bit of infomation my script is using a fully qualified path ie
    Code:
     
    my $filename = "/var/www/clients/client0/web2/web/images/capture".$random.".png";
     
  2. Mark_NL

    Mark_NL New Member

    try user and group: www-data
     
  3. angela

    angela New Member

    Thanks ... that did it! :) (Kind of obvious now isn't it :eek:)

    Just have segmentation faults now in the ImageMagick binaries... hey-ho.
     
  4. Mark_NL

    Mark_NL New Member

    haha, good luck with those ;)
     

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