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    Is it possible no to use nobody at linux apm?

    Is it possible no to use nobody at linux apm?

    I got an account at hostway - free lunux FlexCloud Site Standard.

    But this system does not support nobody:nobody ownership, and even I could not got into "su -".

    Is there another way to run apache without nobody:nobody ownership?

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    You can run Apache as any user as long as it has permission to access the configs, logs, and virtualhost directories. Check out the User directive if you want to specify it in the config.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inigoesdr View Post
    You can run Apache as any user as long as it has permission to access the configs, logs, and virtualhost directories. Check out the User directive if you want to specify it in the config.
    Thanks for comment.

    How can I check the user directive?


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