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Re: [vox-tech] Apache and group permissions
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Re: [vox-tech] Apache and group permissions

Replying to myself:

On Friday 06 October 2006 13:35, Rod Roark wrote:
> I have a very puzzling (to me) problem.  I'm working with a Mandriva
> box running Apache 2.0.54.  It runs as user nobody with its group ID
> set to -1 -- i.e. httpd.conf includes:
>     User nobody
>     Group #-1

It turns out if I change it to "Group nogroup", everything works.

So is setgid(-1) supposed to disable group permissions?  I have never
seen that documented....

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