write permission for www-data

Adam Tucker atucker at batchblue.com
Wed Jul 27 13:31:39 UTC 2011

 If the subdirectories were created before you chowned /home you'll need to run it recursively. For example: 

cd /home && chown -R www-data . 

On Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at 9:27 AM, etrader wrote:

> I stored my hosts in /home. To have full functionality of my scripts I
> gave a write permission to www-data (my nginx user) through SSH with
> chown command. Although www-data has full permission to /home but I have
> problem for writing in sub-folders. For example I need to give
> individually a write permission for .home/domain/images.
> How I can give write permission to www-data fully?
> Posted at Nginx Forum: http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,213004,213004#msg-213004
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