Hello, I am sharing my webserver with a few people (it's my server) and I am trying to create some sort of an admin panel for them. It has to be able to change Apache VirtualHosts and reload Apache. Now I can make the config-changing PHP code, but there are 2 Apache-related problems. * I want only my script / all scripts from my VirtualHost to be able to write to a specific directory. So I don't want other people to be able to write a simple PHP script to bypass my config script screw around with Apache config/ * …

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I got it to run but for some reason they incorrectly implemented the "chown" call. Here are some examples of how it is implemented in their test scripts: chown ${n0} 123 456 (where path is first) -u 65534 -g 65532,65531 -- chown ${n0} -1 65532 (where options are set before the actual call) (found from chown test script 00) I just don't get it. Originally I thought the test script would parse everything and set up the call properly after reading in the test line. However, when running the suite, every single chown test fails. I seem to be the …

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