Joined: April 2004
||Posted: April 02 2004,05:44
|Quote (CappyCaffeine @ April 02 2004,12:34)|
|Umm.. none that I can think of.. unless it has something to do with the server being started from bootlocal.sh, i.e. before a user logs on to the system.|
I have it set up this way, that way if there is a power outage, or some goofball reboots thinking that is the way to get my linux only box to boot into windows is by hitting reset like all the other boxes out there, it will automatically restart the web server. (samba is is run as a daemon)
Right, but that works whoever the owner of the docs directory is. (I know, Kastr0 was talking about monkey.conf and I'm talking docs here.) What I'm getting at is that there is a chown solution as well as the chmod solution for the documents, but I'm not sure if there is any reason to prefer one over the other. As it stands now, either a chmod or a chown has to happen before editing. All things being equal, it might make sense to change the ownership of /opt/monkey/htdocs and /opt/monkey/htdocs/index.html in the next version.
Keep it simple.