www-data (Jserv) user privilages

www-data (Jserv) user privilages

Post by Ga » Wed, 21 Aug 2002 11:03:16

hello :-)

I am using Jserv on my Debian system with Apache. As Jserv runs as
"www-data" by default and I need to allow my servlets some limited
file access - I have created a "www-data" directory just off of /home
with rw privilages for only the "www-data" user - is this the safest
way to give my servlet some file writing abilities?

thanks guys



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