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Hi, is it possible to create and give secondary users access to an application without giving them read access to ~/webapps? I don't want the secondary account to see/access anything other than the application(s) it is responsible for, and since the webapps folder is owned by root I can't seem to do anything about it. Thanks

asked 09 Jan '12, 16:07

dacgroup
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They need to have read access to your home directory and to the webapps directory in order to get to the app directory you want them to have access to. To grant permissions you can use the following guide to give them access to the app directory you want. http://docs.webfaction.com/software/general.html#granting-access-to-specific-users

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answered 09 Jan '12, 16:11

bmeyer71 ♦♦
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Alright, thanks man

(10 Jan '12, 15:24) dacgroup
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