[olug] protecting MySQL password on multi-user system
eric.maillist at gmail.com
Wed Apr 26 23:34:39 UTC 2006
Phil Brammer wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 25, 2006 at 06:48:10PM -0500, Eric P wrote:
>>It looks like apache is being run under the user name 'noname'. Does that make sense?
>>However, it won't let me chgrp or chown to 'noname'
>>$ chown noname file.php
>>chown: changing ownership of `testing': Operation not permitted
> Umm... What did you change in the above text? You are chown'ing file.php, but the error message references a filename of "testing." Make sure you are root.
Opps... I changed 'testing' to 'file.php' just for the email.
As I said in the beginning of this thread, it's a multi-user Linux system, so I don't have root perms.
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