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How to fix permission problem?
I have internal server error 500 when i uploaded my files into the server.

When i check the permissions, the owner is the ftp username and the group is the custom user domain. I think the permission is not set properly.

How do i change the conf file to enable the permission to be set correctly by itself?
(This post was last modified: 12-30-2008 04:38 PM by wilxp.)
12-30-2008 12:12 PM
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RE: How to fix permission problem?
In ispcp - default installation there are no "ftp-users" - at least not system users.

So the owner should be (example) vu2004 and the group also vu2004.
If you upload something with ftp - then the info in the database should be in that way that newly uploaded files also get the uid of vu2004 and gid of vu2004...

Have a look in the ftp-users table to see what uid/gid a ftp user should get...

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12-30-2008 05:46 PM
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RE: How to fix permission problem?
I think he is using a windows ftp client to upload files (like cuteftp for example) and if you take a look to the owner column inside the client you will see the user that you used to login (user@domain.com) and not the proftpd user.
01-04-2009 05:14 PM
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