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Apache2, version 2.2.10: re-set of file permissions required, reason unknown
Joined: Nov 09, 2009
Apr 16, 2012 14:04:37
Previous Apache2 version: 2.2.8 (Jun 25 2008)
Current Apache2 version: 2.2.10 (Feb 12 2012)
In 2.2.8 I set permissions to 600 for files, 700 for directories, uid=nobody, group=nogroup
In 2.2.10 I need to set permissions to 644 for files and 755 for directories to get the web site to work.
I thought I would ask you guys if you know anything about this. I am a little worried about changing the permissions like that.
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