[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > Howdy all, > > I have been using PHP, MySQL and Apache on Win2K for about a year now and > have recently begun the process of switching development to Linux -- > RH9.0. > Yesterday (by using the excellent reference by Patrick Harper, > http://www.internetsecurityguru.com/documents/snort_acid_rh9.pdf ) I > finally successfully installed from source MySQL-4.0.16, PHP-4.3.4, and > Apache-2.0.48 on Linux, and a test phpinfo() page worked as expected. > > Now I need to migrate several multi-file (db_connect files, function > include files, C executables) apps from windows to linux, so I was > wondering: > > 1. How *nix users organize their 'include' and 'session' directories Hm i've got me sessions in /tmp/... > (e.g., outside the web root? how deep in the directory structure?). > 2. Whether all files (including C executables) should be owned by root, > and what permissions should be set. For example, I was logged in as root > when I made > the phpinfo() file, so it _is_ owned by root. Permissions were set > automatically to 0644. Is this customary? And who/what will own the > session files as they are created? I think the session files were owns by the user who is running the Webserver..
and sry for my bad english :( Greetings, Jonas > Perhaps I'm over-thinking these issues, but I've not much experience on > *nix compared to windows, and it's Friday afternoon in my spot of the > world. > > Thanks in advance for any suggestions / tips, etc... > > dave -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php