[ic] install: Couldn't change to (...)/catalogs: Permission denied
Tue, 10 Oct 2000 17:17:28 -0400
Quoting Cameron B. Prince (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> Check your command:
> Should be:
> chown -R interch:interch
> chmod -R interch:interch
> I generally make the directories 700, but since you're on a test system,
> make them 755...
> Good luck,
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: Re: [ic] install: Couldn't change to (...)/catalogs: Permission
> > WOOOOO HORSEY!!!!!!! STOP RIGHT THERE!!!!!!!!
> > change those permissions, from 0777 0770 ( no need to make them
> > world writable )
> Don't worry, it's a a webserver in a LAN, no way to access it from
> the outside, it`s just my testing system;-)
> > ...
> > In linux create the interch user with a simple;
> > adduser interch -d /web/cat/dir
> > where /web/cat/dir is the directory that the catalog files will be
> > placed. This will create a user and group interch
> > Then make sure you chown -R interch:interch /web/cat/dir and the
> > /usr/local/interchange.
> > After that you should be good to go.
Whenever debugging a problem like this try it from the command line.
# su - interch
$ cd /web/cat/dir
Couldn't change to /web/cat/dir: Permission denied
I am guessing that is what you will see. There is probably a directory
in the tree above that has no execute permission for other.
Anybody want to try their hand at a permission_verify script?
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