Configuring website permissions on Debian
I'm owning dedicated server with Debian 6 Squeeze 6 LAMP installed.
I pointed my domain (where domain.com is my domain name) to my dedicated server, and now I have some privilages problems and dont know how to solve it.
1. User that runs apache2 is www-data,
2. My domain folder is located in: /var/www/domain.com
3. In /etc/apache2/sites-available/ I have created file domain.com which content is:
5. I gave files permissions in /var/www/:
When I open domain.com the content of index.php is displayed
but when I want to go to domain.com/test/ or domain.com/test/index.php it displays me white (blank) page..
How to make whole website content to be accessible by users visiting my website?
A blank php page means some php problem. Check apache error_log to see if you can find what it is.
Regarding permissions, apache is happy using 755 for directories and 644 for files (regardless the owner, unless you're running a SELinux enabled distro that is not the case here).
thank you there was an error in file, its working now
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