Problems with the Linux version of XAMPP, questions, comments, and anything related.
Whenever I restart my computer and try to run some PHP script on the localhost, I get error messages saying that the script cannot write to a certain file/directory.
I solve the problem by:
su - root
chmod -R a+w /home/user/www
However, I have to do this again after I restart my computer...
Is there a better solution?
What am I missing?
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I take it that /home/user/www is just an example, right?
Nevertheless, have you tried this
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chown -vR nobody:root /home/user/www
chmod -vR 755 /home/user/www
I wondered why the frisbee got bigger and bigger. . .then it hit me
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