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Permissions (unix) for running from svn checkout
- Subject: Permissions (unix) for running from svn checkout
- From: Jeff Kowalczyk <..hidden..>
- Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 18:16:41 -0500
I'm using SMB-Ledger in a preproduction/evaluation/demo mode, like I was
with SQL-Ledger for years, and I'd like to run it from my subversion
branches/1.2 checkout to keep up with development, and to test/create
patches. I have the setup running running locally, but haven't configured
What would be the appropriate unix permissions to set (chmod), starting
with the top-level directory, down to any writable data directories.
The /software/svn/ledgersmb checkout directory is owned by myuser:myuser
(myuser belongs to users group). On this system (Gentoo Linux), apache
runs as apache:apache, so this might be a different set of permissions
from a apache user-only setup.