chown'ing by script
cs at zip.com.au
Wed Jan 6 07:29:10 CET 2010
On 06Jan2010 01:21, Victor Subervi <victorsubervi at gmail.com> wrote:
| I have a script that is called via the web. This script writes another
| script that is also called by the web, which in turn needs to have execution
| privileges. The problem is that the programmatically created file is owned
| by apache.apache and thus doesn't have execution privileges. I've tried
| os.chown(...) but this throws an OSError. I understand that chown'ing
| programmatically opens a big security hole. However, setting the gid to give
| apache execution privileges isn't any better. What do you suggest?
Are you sure you don't want chmod?
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